A shocking report claims that EVGA, a 20-year veteran of the GPU market and one of Nvidia’s biggest partners, is exiting the graphics card business entirely.

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As one of the most visible brands selling graphics cards to consumers, its exit from the marketplace will have huge ramifications going forward.

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EVGA will maintain to sell its contemporary deliver of portraits playing cards, but will now not design new hardware as Nvidia debuts its GeForce RTX 4000 collection of GPUs.

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The report comes from GamersNexus, a reliable supply (and a friend of the PCWorld team) in a 30-minute exposé.

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The video cites interviews directly with leaders at EVGA and quotes founder and CEO Andrew Han and chief branding officer Joe Darwin.

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EVGA also claims that Nvidia restricts its partners from selling cards to retailers beneath price floors for some models and above price ceilings for others.

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According to GamersNexus, EVGA has made the decision to completely exit the graphics card market, not merely divorce itself from Nvidia as a business partner.

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retail products will not be produced or sold, and the existing supply of EVGA RTX 3000 cards is expected to be sold off before the end of 2022.

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