EVGA angered Nvidia and vowed not to produce new graphics cards from now on

Nvidia's largest GPU partner EVGA has invited technology media workers to participate in a private meeting and officially announced its withdrawal from the game. As for why? EVGA highlighted Nvidia's "disrespectful treatment" rather than financial issues.

This shocked a lot of foreign media because they are currently on the cusp of the Nvidia RTX 40 series GPU launch, they are likely to launch the RTX 4090 at next week's event, and GamersNexus also pointed out in its report that EVGA has developed Many RTX 4090 prototypes.

The company has confirmed that it won't launch the GeForce RTX 40 series, nor any future Nvidia graphics cards, nor will it make cards from rivals like AMD or Intel. The company has ceased production of the line entirely. This decision will remain the same as long as EVGA's CEO remains the same.

EVGA has terminated its relationship with NVIDIA. EVGA will no longer make any kind of graphics card, and the deteriorating relationship with NVIDIA is one reason (among others that have been skipped). EVGA is not currently exploring a relationship with AMD or Intel, and the company will scale back immediately as it exits the graphics card market. Customers will still be covered by EVGA's policy, but EVGA will no longer manufacture RTX or other graphics cards. The company has made ~20 EVT samples of the EVGA RTX 4090 FTW3 graphics card, but will not go into mass production, and has shut down all graphics-related activity -- including the KINGPIN graphics card. - Andrew Han, CEO of EVGA

At least 75% of EVGA's revenue comes from NVIDIA GPUs only, so it really takes a lot of determination to break off with NVIDIA, which is a historic moment for the company. However, EVGA will continue to sell its existing RTX 30 GPUs and will provide after-sales services for the series.

In response, NVIDIA has provided a brief statement:

We have had a great partnership with EVGA over the years and will continue to support them on our current products. We wish Andrew and our friends at EVGA all the best. - Nvidia spokesperson

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