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GeForce gamers,

Today we released our second 500 Series GPU, the GeForce GTX 570. GTX 570 brings all the great enhancements of [url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=185190&st=0"]GTX 580[/url] down to a $349 price point. With 480 cores, faster clocks, and a vapor chamber thermal design, GTX 570 is on average 25% faster than its predecessor (GTX 470) all while maintaining a quiet gaming experience. And it’s here just in time for the holidays (and the Cataclysm)!

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Check out GTX 570 specs and more on the [url="http://www.geforce.com/#/Hardware/GPUs/geforce-gtx-570/overview"]product page[/url].

If you have questions, let me know!

Jason Paul
Product Manager | GeForce GTX 500 GPUs
GeForce gamers,



Today we released our second 500 Series GPU, the GeForce GTX 570. GTX 570 brings all the great enhancements of GTX 580 down to a $349 price point. With 480 cores, faster clocks, and a vapor chamber thermal design, GTX 570 is on average 25% faster than its predecessor (GTX 470) all while maintaining a quiet gaming experience. And it’s here just in time for the holidays (and the Cataclysm)!



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Check out GTX 570 specs and more on the product page.



If you have questions, let me know!



Jason Paul

Product Manager | GeForce GTX 500 GPUs

Check out GeForce.com for the latest drivers, hardware, and optimized game settings.

#1
Posted 12/07/2010 02:13 PM   
[size="4"][font="Verdana"]I can say.... just wow. My new favorite.[/font][/size]
I can say.... just wow. My new favorite.

#2
Posted 12/07/2010 03:26 PM   
I changed my order from 580 to 570.
sick of waiting for 580 to come in stock here in sweden and now on launch day of 570 they had only 20 in stock... lol
:)
I changed my order from 580 to 570.

sick of waiting for 580 to come in stock here in sweden and now on launch day of 570 they had only 20 in stock... lol

:)

#3
Posted 12/07/2010 07:01 PM   
Sweet Card, that GTX 570, NVIDIA /thanks.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thanks:' />
Sweet Card, that GTX 570, NVIDIA /thanks.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thanks:' />

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Posted 12/07/2010 08:41 PM   
Yea awesome card and the reviews of it are looking great as well. Now to wait for EVGA to get 51 in stock so I can begin my step-up to it from my 460. /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />
Yea awesome card and the reviews of it are looking great as well. Now to wait for EVGA to get 51 in stock so I can begin my step-up to it from my 460. /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />

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#5
Posted 12/07/2010 09:09 PM   
Wow....i like this card
but i will not to buy it because... i am already a gtx580 owner :)
by the way gtx470 is a perfect completely standard card
however it was not full unlock cuda core(480)
maybe the reason of it don't unlock all the cuda core due to will be a ridicule that lead that gtx570 may beats gtx580
or maybe gtx570 is a lower version then gtx580 (step by step)
it had 1280mb of gddr5 with higher core clock and 320 memory-interface
well.. a greate card with only 350 dollar(what a lower price) is actually a very prefer for gamers
http://www.geforce.com/#/Hardware/GPUs/geforce-gtx-570/performance
at here i can see that gtx570 is actually more performance than gtx295,gtx470,even a gtx480
the single-gpu king before... the hd5870 and gtx480
both of it has lower price and lower performance than gtx570 /yes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':yes:' />
but this was a bad news and critical for gtx470 and 480 gamers :(
1.gtx570 has greate performance then gtx470 and gtx480
2.gtx570 has same price with gtx470 but has lower price than gtx480
nevertheless,
this's also a good news :)
i like this is about...
a thing has made me eager with anticipated that i feel nvidia has actually somewhat takeaction wanna to fight with ati
i hope... during the cayman and antilles series
nvidia will give a kick ass for those /rofl.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rofl:' />
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Wow....i like this card

but i will not to buy it because... i am already a gtx580 owner :)

by the way gtx470 is a perfect completely standard card

however it was not full unlock cuda core(480)

maybe the reason of it don't unlock all the cuda core due to will be a ridicule that lead that gtx570 may beats gtx580

or maybe gtx570 is a lower version then gtx580 (step by step)

it had 1280mb of gddr5 with higher core clock and 320 memory-interface

well.. a greate card with only 350 dollar(what a lower price) is actually a very prefer for gamers

http://www.geforce.com/#/Hardware/GPUs/geforce-gtx-570/performance

at here i can see that gtx570 is actually more performance than gtx295,gtx470,even a gtx480

the single-gpu king before... the hd5870 and gtx480

both of it has lower price and lower performance than gtx570 /yes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':yes:' />

but this was a bad news and critical for gtx470 and 480 gamers :(

1.gtx570 has greate performance then gtx470 and gtx480

2.gtx570 has same price with gtx470 but has lower price than gtx480

nevertheless,

this's also a good news :)

i like this is about...

a thing has made me eager with anticipated that i feel nvidia has actually somewhat takeaction wanna to fight with ati

i hope... during the cayman and antilles series

nvidia will give a kick ass for those /rofl.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rofl:' />

thumbs-up nvidia.... /thanks.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thanks:' />

#6
Posted 12/08/2010 03:44 AM   
Can we has unified fixed drivers now plox? lol
Can we has unified fixed drivers now plox? lol



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#7
Posted 12/09/2010 07:25 AM   
[quote name='JasonP@NVIDIA' date='07 December 2010 - 03:13 PM' timestamp='1291731225' post='1157318']
GeForce gamers,

Today we released our second 500 Series GPU, the GeForce GTX 570.  GTX 570 brings all the great enhancements of [url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=185190&st=0"]GTX 580[/url] down to a $349 price point.  With 480 cores, faster clocks, and a vapor chamber thermal design, GTX 570 is on average 25% faster than its predecessor (GTX 470) all while maintaining a quiet gaming experience.  And it’s here just in time for the holidays (and the Cataclysm)!



Check out GTX 570 specs and more on the [url="http://www.geforce.com/#/Hardware/GPUs/geforce-gtx-570/overview"]product page[/url].

If you have questions, let me know!

Jason Paul
Product Manager | GeForce GTX 500 GPUs
[/quote]




Hi Paul


I have a question.   

Why NVIDIA's MSRP price of $349 gets translated in Europe to 349€?

And tax, VAT or whatever still doesn't equate these two prices.

[quote name='JasonP@NVIDIA' date='07 December 2010 - 03:13 PM' timestamp='1291731225' post='1157318']

GeForce gamers,



Today we released our second 500 Series GPU, the GeForce GTX 570.  GTX 570 brings all the great enhancements of GTX 580 down to a $349 price point.  With 480 cores, faster clocks, and a vapor chamber thermal design, GTX 570 is on average 25% faster than its predecessor (GTX 470) all while maintaining a quiet gaming experience.  And it’s here just in time for the holidays (and the Cataclysm)!







Check out GTX 570 specs and more on the product page.



If you have questions, let me know!



Jason Paul

Product Manager | GeForce GTX 500 GPUs











Hi Paul





I have a question.   



Why NVIDIA's MSRP price of $349 gets translated in Europe to 349€?



And tax, VAT or whatever still doesn't equate these two prices.


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#8
Posted 12/09/2010 10:38 AM   
Import fees, additional shipping costs and the pricing policies of the (r)etail outlets in other localities can add significantly to the price an end user will end up paying. Many GeForce products have sold at stores for significantly more than their MSRP due to massive demand at their initial launch.


Amorphous

[quote name='nesco1801' date='09 December 2010 - 02:38 AM' timestamp='1291891106' post='1158377']
Why NVIDIA's MSRP price of $349 gets translated in Europe to 349€?

And tax, VAT or whatever still doesn't equate these two prices.
[/quote]
Import fees, additional shipping costs and the pricing policies of the (r)etail outlets in other localities can add significantly to the price an end user will end up paying. Many GeForce products have sold at stores for significantly more than their MSRP due to massive demand at their initial launch.





Amorphous



[quote name='nesco1801' date='09 December 2010 - 02:38 AM' timestamp='1291891106' post='1158377']

Why NVIDIA's MSRP price of $349 gets translated in Europe to 349€?



And tax, VAT or whatever still doesn't equate these two prices.

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#9
Posted 12/10/2010 03:06 AM   
Nope it's not import fees, and its not additional shipping costs.

For example:

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1570-AR&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&sw=

http://eu.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1570-ER&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&uc=EUR 




I don't mind getting scr..., so long as I can get a plausible explanation.

Nope it's not import fees, and its not additional shipping costs.



For example:



http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1570-AR&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&sw=



http://eu.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1570-ER&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&uc=EUR 









I don't mind getting scr..., so long as I can get a plausible explanation.


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#10
Posted 12/10/2010 07:11 PM   
Well, currently, you are looking at circa 80 Euros difference between the straight Dollar to Euro conversion and the charged Euro price.

Like Morph said this is liable to be charges incured for getting it over to Europe. 80 Euro worth isn't that much.

When I got a PSU from the States to UK, I had all the shipping costs added to the order on payment and then got hammered for £80 on delivery from Customs... GRRR! As such, it would make sence that the price difference would be to include a fluctuating Dollar to Euro exchange rate and any customs taxes that EVGA (or any company) incure for transporting it to a country WITHIN Europe (remember EU has special rates for EU countries and different ones for those not in the EU). You can probably add a shipping cost to that as well.

Then you'd be paying the pirce of the GPU + shipping / delivery from the storage facility to your house. I would suggest that it is a suprisingly good rate - especially compared to buying it States side and paying shipping yourself
Well, currently, you are looking at circa 80 Euros difference between the straight Dollar to Euro conversion and the charged Euro price.



Like Morph said this is liable to be charges incured for getting it over to Europe. 80 Euro worth isn't that much.



When I got a PSU from the States to UK, I had all the shipping costs added to the order on payment and then got hammered for £80 on delivery from Customs... GRRR! As such, it would make sence that the price difference would be to include a fluctuating Dollar to Euro exchange rate and any customs taxes that EVGA (or any company) incure for transporting it to a country WITHIN Europe (remember EU has special rates for EU countries and different ones for those not in the EU). You can probably add a shipping cost to that as well.



Then you'd be paying the pirce of the GPU + shipping / delivery from the storage facility to your house. I would suggest that it is a suprisingly good rate - especially compared to buying it States side and paying shipping yourself

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#11
Posted 12/11/2010 12:11 AM   
Excuse me,  and I don't wanna be rude... But wtf are you talking about? 

"80 Euros difference between the straight Dollar to Euro conversion and the charged Euro price."

WTF is that? Customs/shipping is not that much higher for Europe the US.

I would just like to know why customers in Europe pay 30% more then Nvidia's MSRP.

Excuse me,  and I don't wanna be rude... But wtf are you talking about? 



"80 Euros difference between the straight Dollar to Euro conversion and the charged Euro price."



WTF is that? Customs/shipping is not that much higher for Europe the US.



I would just like to know why customers in Europe pay 30% more then Nvidia's MSRP.


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#12
Posted 12/11/2010 01:35 AM   
"plox"? lol
Nice card.. but I am now a 470 SLI owner
And I have to go with nesco.. it feels like buying a card in Europe is 100 € more expensive than an American would pay
"plox"? lol

Nice card.. but I am now a 470 SLI owner

And I have to go with nesco.. it feels like buying a card in Europe is 100 € more expensive than an American would pay



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#13
Posted 12/11/2010 03:05 AM   
If EVGA Europe pays more per GPU than EVGA America due to import tariffs and shipping from the appropriate manufacturing center, they have to pass along those extra costs to the consumer. These aren't necessarily shipping costs that the consumer pays directly (e.g. home delivery), but often reflects the tariffs and shipping costs to a local distribution center.


Amorphous

[quote name='nesco1801' date='10 December 2010 - 11:11 AM' timestamp='1292008317' post='1159001']
Nope it's not import fees, and its not additional shipping costs.

For example:

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1570-AR&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&sw=

http://eu.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1570-ER&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&uc=EUR 




I don't mind getting scr..., so long as I can get a plausible explanation.
[/quote]
If EVGA Europe pays more per GPU than EVGA America due to import tariffs and shipping from the appropriate manufacturing center, they have to pass along those extra costs to the consumer. These aren't necessarily shipping costs that the consumer pays directly (e.g. home delivery), but often reflects the tariffs and shipping costs to a local distribution center.





Amorphous



[quote name='nesco1801' date='10 December 2010 - 11:11 AM' timestamp='1292008317' post='1159001']

Nope it's not import fees, and its not additional shipping costs.



For example:



http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1570-AR&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&sw=



http://eu.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=012-P3-1570-ER&family=GeForce%20500%20Series%20Family&uc=EUR 









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#14
Posted 12/11/2010 03:39 AM   
Side-topic.. Do only the new 5xx series support bluray 3D?
I know it's kind of a minimal gimmick option but just wondering
Side-topic.. Do only the new 5xx series support bluray 3D?

I know it's kind of a minimal gimmick option but just wondering



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#15
Posted 12/11/2010 02:55 PM   
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