The new and controversial NVIDIA graphics solution with dual GPU has suffered several delays, but it seems to have reached a sure and definite departure date.
According to new information, the GTX TITAN Z is scheduled to arrive next week, on May 28th, and apparently we won’t see any bargaining in the final price, which will remain at $2,999.
This statement is clear from the words of the CEO of NVIDIA, Jen-Hsun Huang, who recently said in an interview with CNET that the GTX TITAN Z had not been canceled, and justified the price of the graphics card in a rather questionable way.
According to Huang "Most customers who purchase a TITAN do it every year," because they need a greater computing power than usual.
NVIDIA CEO went further, stating that "people who have invested $3,000 or $5,000 on a 4K monitor need more, and that’s where comes in. GTX TITAN Z".
Frankly we do not doubt at any time the power of the GTX TITAN Z, but the problem is that there are much more affordable solutions that offer essentially the same level of benefits, such as the TITAN Black GTX SLI.