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    Currently in Dhaka are there any "official" distributor of EVGA products? I know there is for brands like ASUS and GIGABYTE, but there any just for EVGA? or do anyone import them personally or sell them? Also do you reckon evga products would have a good market here *if there isn't currently an official distributor that is*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Currently in Dhaka are there any "official" distributor of EVGA products? I know there is for brands like ASUS and GIGABYTE, but there any just for EVGA? or do anyone import them personally or sell them? Also do you reckon evga products would have a good market here *if there isn't currently an official distributor that is*
    No, there isn't any official distributor/importer of EVGA products unfortunately. There is for MSI, GIGABYTE, Sapphire and ASUS, but none for EVGA.

    There are many personal importers like minnit (BG Mod), Shopr (FB Group), and many other FB Groups, and also a new service called Backpack (which was criticised to be unreliable by a BG member though) who will import almost anything from abroad (namely USA) and they will import EVGA products on your request.
    You will however need to pay extra shipping, unknown custom fees (unknown means you'll not know when you place order) and also money for their profit. This is only worth it when you're saving a lot by importing and/or if there is no alternative product in BD.


    I think EBGA products will sell very well if there was an official distributor. If a personal importer sold them then how much it will sell might vary with the price, if the importer costs you high fees then maybe not as you're not getting warranty. But if the price is reasonable and the products are good then definitely they'll sell a lot. Many people want EVGA products in BD and keep asking importers of other brands (OSGS, part of global imports ASUS. Their FB page has many requests to bring EVGA.) and shops like PCWR to bring EVGA products. Sadly no one did yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by z.a.s View Post
    No, there isn't any official distributor/importer of EVGA products unfortunately. There is for MSI, GIGABYTE, Sapphire and ASUS, but none for EVGA.

    There are many personal importers like minnit (BG Mod), Shopr (FB Group), and many other FB Groups, and also a new service called Backpack (which was criticised to be unreliable by a BG member though) who will import almost anything from abroad (namely USA) and they will import EVGA products on your request.
    You will however need to pay extra shipping, unknown custom fees (unknown means you'll not know when you place order) and also money for their profit. This is only worth it when you're saving a lot by importing and/or if there is no alternative product in BD.


    I think EBGA products will sell very well if there was an official distributor. If a personal importer sold them then how much it will sell might vary with the price, if the importer costs you high fees then maybe not as you're not getting warranty. But if the price is reasonable and the products are good then definitely they'll sell a lot. Many people want EVGA products in BD and keep asking importers of other brands (OSGS, part of global imports ASUS. Their FB page has many requests to bring EVGA.) and shops like PCWR to bring EVGA products. Sadly no one did yet.
    Yeah was curious, since i did find an actual way to be an official distributor of their products (actual distributor not just importing their products) Surprising thing is the investment required isn't as much as i'd expected too, but sadly the prices of the product will not be low. (not below 90-92tk/$minimum). Obviously not going to do it myself since i don't even stay here but would be worth getting someone else to do it or something similar. Just reasearching the market at this point to see if people would actually even buy it from an official distributor if the prices are as high as gigabyte, msi, asus etc since people here trust brick&mortar stores over etail ones im assuming.

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    Evga demands a much higher quality customer service capacity from retailers something BD importers not willing to provide.

    They intend to keep up their reputation at any cost + akhon onekei lafa lafi korbe evga ano ei shei then anar por daam dekhe r kew kinbe na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Yeah was curious, since i did find an actual way to be an official distributor of their products (actual distributor not just importing their products) Surprising thing is the investment required isn't as much as i'd expected too, but sadly the prices of the product will not be low. (not below 90-92tk/$minimum). Obviously not going to do it myself since i don't even stay here but would be worth getting someone else to do it or something similar. Just reasearching the market at this point to see if people would actually even buy it from an official distributor if the prices are as high as gigabyte, msi, asus etc since people here trust brick&mortar stores over etail ones im assuming.

    1. 90tk/$ is pretty reasonable for Graphics cards in BD, most of them cost at least 100tk/$. PSUs with 90tk/$ is like other imports so it's fine.

    2. Actually this is really changing. Nowadays there are many online stores with many Bangladeshi visitors and users. Ordering electronics to your groceries, nowadays many people do it through online stores. Although it'll take time for the majority to truly experience but the change is happening. Also the Graphics card and branded PSU market is not a very big one in BD so majority trusting brick and mortar stores isn't completely true as many import from abroad, at least the high end stuff. But yeah people still prefer brick and mortar shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Evga demands a much higher quality customer service capacity from retailers something BD importers not willing to provide.

    They intend to keep up their reputation at any cost + akhon onekei lafa lafi korbe evga ano ei shei then anar por daam dekhe r kew kinbe na.
    Exactly. and no they did say they are okay with it being an E-retailer as long as i can meet all their expectations (including customer service as you mentioned) They didn't look that hard though, it's easy to provide their basic requirement it's just that it also has potential risks. and yes as i mentioned the breakingpoint price would be around 90/per dollar for breakeven margin. For it to be worthwhile and make a profit, i'd have to sell it at 105tk/$ minimum and yeah when it gets that expensive, people would find it to be lot cheaper to just import it.

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    duty clear er upor depend kore final margin. there are other variables as well that plays other role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    duty clear er upor depend kore final margin. there are other variables as well that plays other role.
    i took all of that into account before making the estimate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemo View Post
    According to the comments on the post, he is importing EVGA cards. importing and being an official distributor are two different things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    According to the comments on the post, he is importing EVGA cards. importing and being an official distributor are two different things.
    so will you provide more warranty and/or in less price as an official distributor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemo View Post
    so will you provide more warranty and/or in less price as an official distributor?
    Importers solely import goods for resale to other companies/consumers in the distribution chain and take legal possession of goods.


    Distributors take legal possession of goods and pay exporters. They are usually obliged under the terms of their agreement with exporters to carry stocks and to provide after sales service where necessary. they are also affiliated with the said company contrary to an importer who is acting on his/her own.

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    BD te per month mobo sell hoy 30-40k. Gpu sell hoy 2-3k. So eikhane $90/tk possible na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    BD te per month mobo sell hoy 30-40k. Gpu sell hoy 2-3k. So eikhane $90/tk possible na.
    Absolutely correct. Having looked into it myself i can see it isn't possible to sell it at 90tk/$. I mentioned that 90-92 rate to reach breakeven not sell at that price, margins would be too low, and keep in mind the cost would be slightly lower for an e-retailer than a brick&mortar retail outlet.

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    I honestly don't think it's worth it. EVGA is famous for its CS, their cards are not that different in terms of performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    I honestly don't think it's worth it. EVGA is famous for its CS, their cards are not that different in terms of performance.
    as for the 960 and 980Ti they have the best cards, and not only that there's a reason why they're the top seller of nvidia variant cards now aren't they? they have higher sales (in nvidia gpu's) than MSI, ASUS, GIGABYTE. they have even have more sales than all AMD cards combined lol. So since they are doing better than all the other companies in every major country why wouldn't it also work here? And it's not like their CS rep will be harmed here since an official distributor would obviously train their employees according to the EVGA provided guidelines. Only problem is what @VANGUARD mentioned, the gpu market in the country is simply too small approx 2000 cards sold combined a month, even if EVGA somehow had a 30% market share it'd be risking too much for too less as even a massive market share here wouldn't mean high revenues because of the small market.

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    Its not the best by a big enough margin to warrant paying higher than already significantly inflated prices.

    BD market is quite small and very different from US, making decisions based on US metrics only will be a disastrous move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    as for the 960 and 980Ti they have the best cards, and not only that there's a reason why they're the top seller of nvidia variant cards now aren't they? they have higher sales (in nvidia gpu's) than MSI, ASUS, GIGABYTE. they have even have more sales than all AMD cards combined lol. So since they are doing better than all the other companies in every major country why wouldn't it also work here?

    very good initiative. but the thing is... average(90%) people who will buy gtx 960 or 970 don't care that much for the EVGA brand or 1-2% performance difference. they will only care about price and replacement warranty. like it or not its a fact.


    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    I honestly don't think it's worth it. EVGA is famous for its CS, their cards are not that different in terms of performance.
    ^that

    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    I know there is for brands like ASUS and GIGABYTE, but there any just for EVGA? or do anyone import them personally or sell them?
    gigabyte/smart imports both amd and nvidia but asus/global dont wanna import much radeon... while computer source doesnt import msi gpu at all now, ucc only imports msi nvidia not msi amd.


    my suggestion: and take a serious consideration

    you probably cant provide warranty and probably also cant sell gpu at less than 100tk/dollar... so instead of buying gpu at full price look for deals... like powercolor r9 290 is 250$... or sapphire r9 285 is only ~180$ or r9 380 is under 190$... (also there are tons of awesome deals in amazon or newegg from time to time)

    but remember... if you import evga or other brands you will face competition... because now a days there are more and more importers doing this. like gamebaba, who are importing low to mid range gpu at quite good price. i hope they succeed.

    also, don't just "no we wont provide warranty" that sounds pretty bad, because gpus can die anytime (and people know that). so rather fix a shipping price which customer will have to pay if gpu is dead. also, only ~1% of evga gpu will die, so if possible provide replacement warranty from profit money. it will make you look good and help grow your business

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    ps: those who think my suggestion is quite good comment please... so it can help OP decide

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    to OP: just to prove one of my points... in 2013 smart-bd suddenly declared they won't provide the 2 year replacement warranty for gigabyte gpu anymore, they will only provide 1 year replacement warranty and 1 year service warranty, and they didnt make the rule for gpus being sold after the announcement, they made it for all the existing gigabyte gpus in BD. this thing literally upset lot of gpu buyers.(because they care a lot of about replacement warranty) though later in 2014 smart had to go to usual 2 year replacement warranty for gpus.


    Quote Originally Posted by Nemo View Post
    thnx for the link repu added.

    but i can't believe the replacement warranty thing, because i dont think they are official evga distributor in BD

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    very good initiative. but the thing is... average(90%) people who will buy gtx 960 or 970 don't care that much for the EVGA brand or 1-2% performance difference. they will only care about price and replacement warranty. like it or not its a fact.




    ^that



    gigabyte/smart imports both amd and nvidia but asus/global dont wanna import much radeon... while computer source doesnt import msi gpu at all now, ucc only imports msi nvidia not msi amd.


    my suggestion: and take a serious consideration

    you probably cant provide warranty and probably also cant sell gpu at less than 100tk/dollar... so instead of buying gpu at full price look for deals... like powercolor r9 290 is 250$... or sapphire r9 285 is only ~180$ or r9 380 is under 190$... (also there are tons of awesome deals in amazon or newegg from time to time)

    but remember... if you import evga or other brands you will face competition... because now a days there are more and more importers doing this. like gamebaba, who are importing low to mid range gpu at quite good price. i hope they succeed.

    also, don't just "no we wont provide warranty" that sounds pretty bad, because gpus can die anytime (and people know that). so rather fix a shipping price which customer will have to pay if gpu is dead. also, only ~1% of evga gpu will die, so if possible provide replacement warranty from profit money. it will make you look good and help grow your business

    - - - Updated - - -

    ps: those who think my suggestion is quite good comment please... so it can help OP decide

    - - - Updated - - -

    to OP: just to prove one of my points... in 2013 smart-bd suddenly declared they won't provide the 2 year replacement warranty for gigabyte gpu anymore, they will only provide 1 year replacement warranty and 1 year service warranty, and they didnt make the rule for gpus being sold after the announcement, they made it for all the existing gigabyte gpus in BD. this thing literally upset lot of gpu buyers.(because they care a lot of about replacement warranty) though later in 2014 smart had to go to usual 2 year replacement warranty for gpus.




    thnx for the link repu added.

    but i can't believe the replacement warranty thing, because i dont think they are official evga distributor in BD
    Read my first post, i don't really plan on doing importing EVGA stuff. It's just that i found a rather easy way to become an official distributor so was wondering why it hasn't already been done. If i ever do get back here after studies it might be worth considering though and even if i did it wouldn't be alone or as an importer but as an official distributor. ty for the suggestions though.

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