back to article It's a great time to buy DRAM and NAND, not to sell – just ask SK Hynix

Oversupply in the memory market has savaged SK Hynix's first-quarter 2019 results, but the Korean chip flinger hopes for an improvement after June. The vendor reported revenues for the quarter ended March 31, 2019 at ₩6.8 trillion ($5.86bn), a 22 per cent drop year-on-year, while profit fell 65 per cent to ₩1.1 trillion ($948m …

  1. Steve Davies 3 Silver badge


    Then why are the prices for any SSD with a capacity greater than 1TB still stupidly high?

    Why are makers still churning out SSD with less than 512Gb of Capacity?

    128Gb SSD's in a new laptop? Cheapskates.

    1. Hans 1

      Re: Oversupply?

      I bought a Sammy 1TB SSD for 130 euros, not bad, hey ?

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Oversupply?

      "128Gb SSD's in a new laptop?"

      Yeh they have to do something. Maybe 2 128's in 1 physical drive to enable RAID or some kind of RAID with microSD for long term storage. Anything really, all we have now is wildly over priced low capacity hardware.

      At the very least, you shouldn't look at your storage option and say to yourself I had more than that 15 years ago.

  2. dank_army

    Feel sorry for them - oh well, just have to make do with just $900 meeellionn profit then.

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