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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan-Z for OEMs gets 37% price cut

Posted on Friday, August 29 2014 @ 10:59:33 CEST by


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TPU came across news that NVIDIA cut the pricing of its GeForce GTX Titan-Z, but only for OEMs. NVIDIA's system builder partners are now able to get the card for $1,830 but consumers will still have to caugh up $2,999.
In a bid to see more system builders sell the card to their high-paying customers, NVIDIA cut prices of the card, by as much as 37 percent. An OEM partner will now be able to source a GTX TITAN-Z from NVIDIA for as less as $1,830. What they do with the cards - such as charging the full $2,999 for the option, is their business. DIY users will still have to cough up three grand for one of these illogical cards.




 



 

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