Weekly Memory & Motherboard Price Guide: February 2001 1st Editionby Kiran Venkatesh on February 2, 2001 7:10 PM EST
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It's time once again for AnandTech's Memory and Motherboard price
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Last time our memory price guide had some modest drops here and there but this things have changed quite a bit. Overall, prices have fallen for almost every module of memory that we list in our guide. We've never seen such a singular drop in prices across the board but there's a first time for everything and some drops are quite significant thus if you're looking for memory now is definitely the time to buy.
Things have been slow in the motherboard market since our last guide as prices have remained steady or dropped slightly, overall nothing very significant. This week we've added i850 motherboards supporting the Intel Pentium 4 processor which should be interesting to watch in the coming months as motherboard manufacturers continue to produce more solutions for this platform. In addition, we've added the Iwill KA266 motherboard to our Socket A DDR motherboard list which is based on the ALi Magik 1 chipset. Though not much has changed with motherboard pricing you can still find a great i815E or KT133(A) motherboard for a very competitive price.