"Still, we must hand it to the folks in Austin and Dresden, they
continue to compete and they continue to offer faster products at
competitive prices. This in turn lowers the prices on slower parts, and the
consumer gets a whole lot more performance for their buck. Add into this
the improved motherboard support and the price of DDR-3 (though spiking
recently) getting closer to DDR-2 levels, and users get another good option
for their hard earned dollars (or whatever currency fits their needs)."