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Nope that's only for the new introduced parts with KR in their part number.
Oh ya your totally right see OP not even an issue to worry about! EVGA!
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Yeah, I need to read up on the whole GTX570 HD thing though.
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I really like this one.
http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_I...395&templete=2

Upgraded power components and a nice big cooler if you have the space in your case. Im just waiting for people to start getting it in stock.
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Get the ASUS DirectCU III. Its apparently only $10 more and the VRM system is much stronger than normal, and no stupid power limiter and better cooling. Its the best GTX 570, by far.
    
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eVGA.

I say so because they have the Step-Up program which allows you to upgrade to the GTX 580 within 90 days of purchase if you feel that the 570 doesn't have enough power.

Also they have lifetime warranty as long as you keep the card registered to yourself.

OR if you want triple slot you can get the Asus Direct CUII.
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eVGA.

I say so because they have the Step-Up program which allows you to upgrade to the GTX 580 within 90 days of purchase if you feel that the 570 doesn't have enough power.

Also they have lifetime warranty as long as you keep the card registered to yourself.
Depends on what card you buy. The GTX570HD has SKUs that only have the 3 year limited, there are some with the lifetime but they cost a little more.

Plus, I don't like the non-ref PCB and cooler so I may just stray away from EVGA this round.
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I really like this one.
http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_I...395&templete=2

Upgraded power components and a nice big cooler if you have the space in your case. Im just waiting for people to start getting it in stock.
Mein Gott!

I want that card!

Thanks for sharing it!

I have a mATX board... that would take up 3/4 of my slots, but It would be worth every mm of space!
    
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Yeah I want this card too but if your in a hurry the 560 version and 580 version are avaible but the 570 is not yet. I hope within the next week or so, really want it before Dragon age II and Crysis 2 come out.

As long as you dont plan on SLI'ing it It shouldn't be a problem. Runs cooler and hopefuly wont be subject to the overvolting problems of the reference board with the upgraded power components. I caught wind of this card a couple of weeks ago and have been resisting the urge to buy one of the other models since then. I really need a new card so its been tought to not click the buy now button on the MSI twin frozr.
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Depends on what card you buy. The GTX570HD has SKUs that only have the 3 year limited, there are some with the lifetime but they cost a little more.

Plus, I don't like the non-ref PCB and cooler so I may just stray away from EVGA this round.
I can't see any reason for anyone to actually want a 570 that has 560 cooling. That's a recipe for disaster when overclocking.
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I can't see any reason for anyone to actually want a 570 that has 560 cooling. That's a recipe for disaster when overclocking.
Exactly. Quite frankly I'm not interested in a botched up card, I'll go with another vendor. Which one though lol. Still haven't decided.
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