Nvidia Cuts OEM Price for GeForce Titan-Z by 37%

/ 3 years ago


Nvidia shocked the world with the launch of the Titan-Z, not only because it’s freaking powerful, but also because it costs a wallet busting $2,999, making it the most expensive consumer graphics card around. It’s is no secret that Nvidia sell these cards with a significant margin, but now it looks like Nvidia are happy to take a cut from their profits and drop the cards price by 37%.

Now for the bad news, this discount is front the OEM price, which means they’ll be able to stock a card for around $1830 and it is down to the OEM partner to pass the savings onto the end user, but it remains to be seen if this will actually happen.

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Right now the card is still $3k, but that HAS to start dropping at some point and this is the first step towards that happening.

What’s the most you’ve ever spend on a single GPU? Let us know in the comments section below.

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2 Responses to “Nvidia Cuts OEM Price for GeForce Titan-Z by 37%”
  1. Wayne says:

    The last time I dropped my own money on a graphics card was in 2004 I think. I can’t remember the exact cost but it was around $470, it was a nVidia 6800 GTX, the flagship card at the time.

  2. mr2k9 says:

    Most people already see this coming dont they?

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