Nvidia reportedly refused to reveal basic pre-launch information about its PC graphics card to partners like EVGA, making it diffcult for them to prepare.
In a shocking decision, GPU maker EVGA is reportedly terminating its partnership with Nvidia and exiting the PC graphics card market.
“EVGA will cease all video card manufacturing operations,” the company told(Opens in a new window) the YouTube channel Gamers Nexus.
So far, EVGA has only mentioned(Opens in a new window) in an official forum post that it won’t be producing Nvidia’s upcoming graphics cards, which will include the RTX 4000 series.
“EVGA will not carry the next generation graphics cards,” the forum post says, without providing much context.
The post adds: “EVGA will continue to support the existing current generation products. EVGA will continue to provide the current generation products.”
However, in an interview with Gamers Nexus, EVGA executives said it notified Nvidia about the company’s decision to bail from the graphics card business back in April.
The company is ending the partnership, citing a lack of “respect” from Nvidia’s side.
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