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 Post subject: Understanding Ram Quotations
PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2009 7:59 pm 

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Hi. I'm new to DRAMExchange and cannot understand their quotations. Can someone pls help?

E.G.
Price of DDR2 64M*8 667MHz mainstream was around USD0.38 [[ What does USD0.38 refer to and how do I work out the cost for per piece DDR2 667 1GB and 2GB]]
DDR2 128M*8 800, price stayed around USD0.78. [[ Same as above]]
average price of DDR2 64M*8 eTT was around USD0.45. [What is a eTT RAM]
DDR2 128*8 eTT, the quotation stood roughly at USD0.78.

tks a lot
william


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 Post subject: Re: Understanding Ram Quotations
PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2009 11:29 pm 

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eTT means "effectively Tested", fully tested, full Specs, not marked
Utt means "untested", not tested parts, not marked

64Mbitx8 is 64MByte capacity/chip, so you need 16 pcs. on a 1GByte module.
64Mx8 is not useable on 2GB modules. In this case, the chip capacity should be doubled to 128MBitx8, (128MByte/Chip)
.. For a roughly module calculation just add 16 chips, a PCB, and some spare parts (depending on final module quality about $2,50). Now add labour cost, equipment, testing, salary, profit and other cost, and you'll have the final but only abstract price on a 1GB module.

Have fun..


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 Post subject: Re: Understanding Ram Quotations
PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 8:28 am 

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Hi Borko
Sorry, I couldn't reply earlier as was unwell last couple of days.
Anyway, your info really helps alot. At least I now know what I'm looking for.
Once again thank v much.
Have a nice day.
williamsia


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 Post subject: Re: Understanding Ram Quotations
PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 3:06 pm 

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nowadays,the ddr2 667 and 800's price is becoming higher day by day .

in addition,the price is very clear in the market both China or oversea country.

our company named as S.F International HK Limited Company is doing business on supplying ddr ram and mobile phones.

if anyone is interests in buy them pls contact me .

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 Post subject: Re: Understanding Ram Quotations
PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2010 12:47 am 

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borko wrote:
eTT means "effectively Tested", fully tested, full Specs, not marked
Utt means "untested", not tested parts, not marked

64Mbitx8 is 64MByte capacity/chip, so you need 16 pcs. on a 1GByte module.
64Mx8 is not useable on 2GB modules. In this case, the chip capacity should be doubled to 128MBitx8, (128MByte/Chip)
.. For a roughly module calculation just add 16 chips, a PCB, and some spare parts (depending on final module quality about $2,50). Now add labour cost, equipment, testing, salary, profit and other cost, and you'll have the final but only abstract price on a 1GB module.

Have fun..


Hi!

I don't understand clearly how to figure out Ram Price above.

Today, " DDR3 1Gb 128Mx8 1333MHz 2.82 2.71 2.82 2.71 2.75 ", so i need take 2.75 x 8 (chips) or anyway else ?

Like this: 2.75 x 8 = 22 => 22$ is the price of DDR3 1Gb 128Mx8

Please help me! I'm really confuse about this hix :(


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 Post subject: Re: Understanding Ram Quotations
PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2010 3:19 pm 

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khoatran wrote:
borko wrote:
eTT means "effectively Tested", fully tested, full Specs, not marked
Utt means "untested", not tested parts, not marked

64Mbitx8 is 64MByte capacity/chip, so you need 16 pcs. on a 1GByte module.
64Mx8 is not useable on 2GB modules. In this case, the chip capacity should be doubled to 128MBitx8, (128MByte/Chip)
.. For a roughly module calculation just add 16 chips, a PCB, and some spare parts (depending on final module quality about $2,50). Now add labour cost, equipment, testing, salary, profit and other cost, and you'll have the final but only abstract price on a 1GB module.

Have fun..


Hi!

I don't understand clearly how to figure out Ram Price above.

Today, " DDR3 1Gb 128Mx8 1333MHz 2.82 2.71 2.82 2.71 2.75 ", so i need take 2.75 x 8 (chips) or anyway else ?

Like this: 2.75 x 8 = 22 => 22$ is the price of DDR3 1Gb 128Mx8

Please help me! I'm really confuse about this hix :(



DDR3 2GB 128MBitx8/16C, if 2GB it's 128*8 with 16 chips, so calculate as 2.75*16 chip.
if for 1GB it's 64*8/16C

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 Post subject: Re: Understanding Ram Quotations
PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 5:08 pm 

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in addition,the price is very clear in the market both China or oversea country.

our company named as S.F International HK Limited Company is doing business on supplying ddr ram and mobile phones.

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