It's time once again for AnandTech's Memory and Motherboard price guide.

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This Week

Welcome to the Second Edition of AnandTech's Memory and Motherboard Price Guide for April.

With this week's guide prices have gone more in the direction of stabilization marked by the unchanged prices of many memory modules as well as quite a few motherboards. Since our last guide Crucial has now begun to sell their PC2100 DDR SDRAM modules which are significantly cheaper than what was currently available in the market. RDRAM is actually in flux this week with a big price hike and price drops. Most PC133 and PC100 modules have remained the same or dropped slightly.

Prices amongst Socket-370/Slot-1/Socket-423 motherboards have not changed much and in some cases not at all. There are no price hikes to report but only several scattered price drops with the exception of Pentium 4 boards which continue their downward plunge. This correlates with the continued plunge in prices of the Pentium 4 processor as reported in our CPU and Video Card Price Guide.

Though the drops are not that great, most Socket-A boards have fallen in price including some DDR boards which is no surprise. We've also added a new motherboard to the Socket-A DDR list which is the VIA KT266-based Microstar K7T Pro266 making three choices for a Socket-A DDR solution available.

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