According to our info, the official European MSRP for the GTX Titan X is set at €1,026 and since taxes are different from country to country, the price will range from €1,149 in Germany, €1,199 in France, Spain, Hollad and Belgium while Italy and the Baltic countries will get it for €1,249. Finland is currently the most expensive as the GTX Titan X will sell for €1,269 there.
The UK will get it with an MSRP of GBP 879,00, while in Switzerland it will sell for CHF 1,199. In Sweden it will have an MSRP of SEK 11,999, Norway gets it for NOK 11,199 and Denmark will get it for DKK 9,499.
While the price is expected to be somewhere around €999, the current situation with USD/EUR exchange rate is not helping. According to Nvidia, retailers/e-tailers are currently accepting pre-orders for GTX Titan X in Europe and it should be shipping before the end of this month.