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You are a smart man. If Titans did not sell for $1000, they either wouldn't exist or be cheaper.

And? It's a free market, people can buy and sell whatever they want.
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And? It's a free market, people can buy and sell whatever they want.

Did I reply to any of your quotes or imply that people cannot buy what they want?rolleyes.gif

You just wanted to say something right?
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Did I reply to any of your quotes or imply that people cannot buy what they want?rolleyes.gif

You just wanted to say something right?

The person you quoted was quoting me, that's why I replied.
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biggrin.gif can get titan xp to 3 days!!! they have in stock here .. NOW I get email from nvidia in my country - price in usd 1,514.91 usd after convert thumb.gifbiggrin.gif:D:D
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^damn son I bought a display model bass trombone that was basically brand new for that price LOL
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Not singling you, just saying you can see it every time nVidia rolls out a new product the hater train express is right behind it.


The Titan Z is the best eg of a failed product. Priced at $3000 and it was dropped to half price months later. It shows the power of buyers. If the product is unpopular, the asking price will plummet.


However this didnt apply to Titan X, XP, which is why Nvidia refuse to back down the price.


Now given their current popularity and fan based, I am sure the next Titan Z rolled out at $3000, it will be sold out immediately.
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The Titan Z is the best eg of a failed product. Priced at $3000 and it was dropped to half price months later. It shows the power of buyers. If the product is unpopular, the asking price will plummet.


However this didnt apply to Titan X, XP, which is why Nvidia refuse to back down the price.


Now given their current popularity and fan based, I am sure the next Titan Z rolled out at $3000, it will be sold out immediately.

They sold like 3 Titan Z. Lmao
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Maybe they will have to make a middle product called Titan Y, since the X is popular, but the Z was a failure. biggrin.gif
    
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^damn son I bought a display model bass trombone that was basically brand new for that price LOL

 

Hell of a purchase. :headphone

 
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TJ11 ftw! Best case ever thumb.gif

I just started modding mine here recently. Hard to cut up a $600 case :/

That's brave my man! No way I would ever take a dremel to my TJ-11!
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