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States Takes on Memory Manufacturers on Price Fixing - States Takes on Memory Manufacturers on Price Fixing
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The new Intel 965GM runs a lot hotter than anything else Intel has produced (in terms of chipsets). HDCP enabled Radeon X1950 XTX's are on the way. Memory firms are getting hammered by individual US states.

The firms accused of engaging in price fixing are Infineon, Hynix, Micron, Mosel Vitelic, Nanya, Elpida and NEC, in a filing made on 14th of July in a California district court. The action follows an earlier Department of Justice (DoJ) investigation with the individual states, led by California, alleging that about 1998 the defendants started to coordinate prices for DRAM they charged OEMs (original equipment manufacturers).

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