If you were looking forward to buying a new NVIDIA GPU from EVGA once the RTX 4000-series cards came out, you might want to set your sights elsewhere. The company has terminated its partnership with NVIDIA — and has no current plans of selling GPUs in the future.
It was reported on Friday that EVGA’s CEO, Andrew Han, announced in a closed-door meeting that the company killed its relationship with GPU giant NVIDIA. As a result of this decision, we won’t see any next-generation NVIDIA GPUs from EVGA next year — and since EVGA only sold NVIDIA cards, that means the company is officially done making GPUs for now. This report was subsequently confirmed by an EVGA representative on the company’s forums, saying that the company “will not carry the next-generation graphics cards.”
The company will still sell its current lineup until stock runs out, and likewise, it will continue supporting and honoring current products, including returns and replacements under warranty — it’s withholding inventory for this purpose. So if you have a current-gen EVGA GPU, or if you were planning to buy…
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