Fixed prices of PC DRAM remained the same in November as they did in October, according to DRAMeXchange.
Fixed price of DDR4 8Gb stood at US$3.71 in November, the same as the previous month.
Price was US$2.85 late in 2020 which hit its high of US$4.1 in July this year. After peaking in July, the price dropped by 9.51% to US$3.71 last month.
Some DRAM modules were sold lower-than-average prices but the trading volume was small, which meant the fixed price was affected, analyst firm TrendForce said.
However, prices are expected to fall in the next fiscal quarter when negotiations start in December.
TrendForce earlier said it expected PC DRAM fixed prices to fall by around 10% during the first quarter of 2022 due to oversupply.
Meanwhile, NAND flash (128Gb MLC) fixed price stood at US$4.81 in November, level to that of the price in August. The price increased by 8.57% and 5.48% in April and July, respectively, this year.
Demand for NAND flashes are showing signs of recovery but the global chip shortage was continuing to affect PC manufacturers, TrendForce said.
There was little change to supply and demand, which means NAND flash price will continue to be similar up to December, the analyst firm added.