Storage prices are falling again
After the prices for RAMs have risen to the priceless, the prices have fallen again in a long time. At the end of June you had to pay 180 marks for a no-name PC100-DIMM with 64 MByte, during which you only have to put 150 marks on the table.
This could be due to the following reasons: After the Memory chip companies had warned of high utilization of their manufacturing capacity, the PC manufacturers had stocked up on large stocks. Unfortunately, the demand for new PCs was not as high as expected and most of the manufacturers stayed on their PCs and did not buy any more memory chips. How long the price trend will continue is unfortunately uncertain, but it could well be that prices will continue to fall.