EVGA ends partnership with NVIDIA: Won’t Launch Next Gen GPUs

By Satyajit 17/09/2022

EVGA Corporation is an American computer hardware company.

EVGA produces motherboards and formerly produced Nvidia-GPU-based video cards until September 2022.

One of the most important makers of Nvidia-based graphics cards won't be making them anymore.

EVGA has decided not to produce video cards with Nvidia's next generation of GPUs.

EVGA CEO Andrew Han said that the California-based company isn't just skipping the next generation of Nvidia chips.

EVGA has been making graphics cards since it was founded in 1999. The majority of EVGA's revenue comes from sales of its Nvidia graphics cards right now.

NVIDIA is an American multinational technology company incorporated in Delaware and based in Santa Clara, California.

Graphics cards are reportedly 80% of EVGA's current business, but that doesn't mean it plans to close up shop because of its split with Nvidia.

Han said that EVGA will continue to sell its current supply of graphics cards, but will not design new hardware as Nvidia debuts its GeForce RTX 4000 series of GPUs.

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