Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Z Finally Appears on Amazon and Ebay – And It Does Not Cost $2999

Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Z Finally Appears on Amazon and Ebay – And It Does Not Cost $2999

The much awaited gaming monster – Nvidia’s GeForce GTX Titan Z was due
to be launched in April. Yet it looks like Nvidia has landed itself into
some serious trouble with the card still not being launched in the
market, despite it being the mid of May. It has been speculated
that the launch of the card has been delayed due to some software
issues. Well, we have updates for you in that regard. Variants of the
GeForce GTX Titan Z have showed up on Ebay and Amazon, with surprising
prices.

The GeForce GTX Titan Z priced at $3,999 On Both the Retailers – Zotac And EVGA Production Cards Available

With a launch date of 29th April, the GeForce GTX Titan Z was to
boast some impressive specifications. These include Nvidia’s GK110 core
architecture, dual cores with 5760 cuda cores, 448 TMUs and 96 ROPs
coupled with a massive 12gb VRAM. The card has been designed for gamers
and developers both in mind. However, we have repeatedly seen delays
regarding its release, with reasons being related to software and driver
issues. Well we have more news for you in this regard. Variants of
Nvidia’s GeForce GTX Titan Z have appeared on both Amazon and Ebay. The
one sold on Amazon
is Zotac GeForce GTX Titan Z.

Specifications cited are 12 GB of DDR5,
PCI-Express 3.0 and a base clock of 705Mhz and boost clock 876 Mhz. The
card has a power rating of 375 Watts. The seller is SabreZ and the card
is priced at $ 3,999. The card is in stock with the traditional shipping
price of $10.49.

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The seller on Ebay has also listed the same selling price of $3,999.
The card being sold is EVGA GeForce GTX Titan Z.  The card on ebay
is listed available only for pre-order before the actual release date.
Delivery is estimated between Wednesday July 9th and Tuesday July 15th.
The seller is iamgreatfull. However, there is no word yet on the
official release of the card by Nvidia itself.

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