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Tuesday, 07 December 2010 12:27

Nvidia's GTX 570 shows up at Newegg.com

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Priced at US $349.99
Newegg.com has finally started listing Nvidia's GTX 570 cards from various partners and it looks like that the price should be set at US $349.99. This is much lower than expected as the UK price tag was set at £299 (GBP).

Newegg.com currently lists three cards and two, PNY and Palit, are priced at US $349.99. The EVGA card is priced at US$359.99. This puts these cards in direct competition to the HD 5870, at least price-wise.

As you already know, the car works at 732MHz for the GPU, has 480 CUDA cores clocked at 1464MHz and comes with 1280MB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 3800MHz and paired up wiht a 320-bit memory interface. The card needs two 6-pin power connectors and has one mini-HDMI and two DVI outputs.

You can find them listed here. The review should be up today, so stay tuned.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 07 December 2010 12:56
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+22 #1 AndreiD 2010-12-07 13:04
6950 and 6970 are coming soon so the GTX 570 price will surely fall a bit.
More competition = happy customer.
 
 
+5 #2 ghelyar 2010-12-07 17:38
If you didn't expect the US to get it much cheaper than UK and EU, you haven't seen any prices of anything for years.

Usually it would be released in the US at $350, then released in Europe for €350 (more) and released in the UK for £300-350 (more still).

Americans tend to think that everything should have the same number even though the value of $1 USD is always quite low. I've had complaints from US customers before that my prices (clearly listed in Euros, and automatically converted by PayPal) gave them higher numbers because it converted it to dollars, despite the fact that they were paying the same as everyone else. They actually said that it wasn't fair that they had to pay a bigger number.
 
 
+3 #3 Nerdmaster 2010-12-07 19:01
Quoting ghelyar:
Usually it would be released in the US at $350, then released in Europe for €350 (more) and released in the UK for £300-350 (more still).
Americans tend to think that everything should have the same number even though the value of $1 USD is always quite low. I've had complaints from US customers before that my prices (clearly listed in Euros, and automatically converted by PayPal) gave them higher numbers because it converted it to dollars, despite the fact that they were paying the same as everyone else. They actually said that it wasn't fair that they had to pay a bigger number.

I agree why do we get the same numbers in euros prices? :-?
 
 
+2 #4 yasin 2010-12-07 23:23
its the same with a lot of companies, microsoft is a good example.the dollar isn't worth that much compared to the euro or pound.
 

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