The top-tier DDR4 RAM I got 2 years ago now costs less than half of what I paid in those scarcity days. Might be time to just update every machine in the house to the max amount they can handle.
Semiconductor stockpiles appear to be growing due to the slowdown in demand, which is bad news for chipmakers but could be good news for anyone in the market for a memory or SSD upgrade. According to Bloomberg, South Korea’s semiconductor inventory rose by 83 percent in April compared with a year earlier, said to be the …
Why do we let them get away with it?
It's bad enough that big oil work together to keep prices high, introducing artificial scarcity without others joinging in.
It'll be the farmers next, burning potatoes to increase the price.
I work in IT, perhaps I should configure most PC's to be unbootable unless I am paid the overtime to re-ebable them every few weeks.