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Updated 30-1-2000 Thanks to our chums at Crucial Memory, The Register will now carry a regular memory pricewatch aimed at keeping tabs on the kind of money you'll need for the most popular memory configurations.

Each week, we'll update the prices on our list of PC100, PC133 and DDR PC1600 SDRAM prices in 64, 128 and 256MB configurations.

Crucial is currently quoting as below, with a ten per cent discount for orders taken online. Remember prices can (and do) change daily, so check with Crucial's website for the latest information.

  32MB 64MB 128MB 256MB
PC-100 $32.39 $53.99 $107.99 $215.99
PC-133 $35.39 $56.69 $110.69 $233.99
DDR PC-1600   $66.59 $125.09 $242.09
  32MB 64MB 128MB 256MB
PC-100 £23.39 £37.79 £74.69 £148.49
PC-133 £25.19 £39.59 £76.49 £161.09
DDR PC-1600   . £86.39 £166.49

Don't buy anything without checking with us first - you know it makes sense. ®

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