EVGA is reportedly so fed up with working with Nvidia that it’s going to stop making graphics cards altogether

One of the most important manufacturers of Nvidia-based graphics cards will no longer make them: EVGA has decided not to produce video cards with the next generation of Nvidia GPUs, the RTX 40 series, reports analyst Jon Peddie (opens in new tab). The news is even bigger than that, though: Speaking at Gamers Nexus (opens in new tab)EVGA CEO Andrew Han said the California-based company isn’t just phasing out Nvidia chips, but will “completely stop” making graphics cards in the future.

EVGA has been making graphics cards since its founding in 1999, going all the way back to Nvidia’s RIVA TNT2 chips, but Han “wouldn’t even want to work with Intel or AMD” to continue making cards, Gamers Nexus says.

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