NVIDIA Commented on the Termination of Partnership with EVGA

The company noted that it has had "a great partnership" with EVGA over more than 20 years and will keep supporting it on its current generation of products.

During this past weekend, it became known that EVGA has ended its partnership with NVIDIA after more than 20 years of collaboration.

The news was revealed in a video published by the YouTube channel Gamers Nexus where the author of the channel, Steve Burke, stated that EVGA's CEO Andrew Han shared in a closed press meeting that EVGA terminates the partnership with NVIDIA and "will no longer be manufacturing video cards of any type."

Following this announcement, Barron's writer Tae Kim received a comment on the situation from NVIDIA. The company's spokesperson stated that the company has been pleased to have worked with EVGA for over two decades.

"We've had a great partnership with EVGA over the years and will continue to support them on our current generation of products," NVIDIA's spokesperson said. "We wish Andrew [Han] and our friends at EVGA all the best."

After the termination of cooperation with NVIDIA, EVGA is said to leave the graphics card market. At the moment, the company reportedly has no plans to explore relationships with AMD or Intel.

According to EVGA's latest financial report, video card sales accounted for 78% of the company's total revenue. So, following the decision to exit the video card market, EVGA will be downsizing imminently.

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  • Anonymous user

    This sucks because they had better quality control than other partners and their warranty service took care of any problems that did slip through. Gigabyte uses quality components, but their engineering leaves hardware issues which means more revisions. Their warranty service isn't too bad though. ASUS usually has higher performing hardware but lower QC, and they use cheaper components unless you buy their high end stuff, which still has problems. Their warranty service is terrible. MSI doesn't have the best warranty service either, and they occasionally have quality problems. Their product design also leaves something to be desired...


    Anonymous user

    ·a year ago·
  • Anonymous user

    Well now asus has monopoly, along with gigabyte. Created a 40 series shortage before launch, and will keep gpus from minors 30 series high priced used.


    Anonymous user

    ·a year ago·

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