EVGA: We Ditch Nvidia And Won't Make More GPUs For Them

A popular graphics card manufacturer, EVGA, announced that it would not work with Nvidia to produce new graphics cards.

EVGA has announced that it will no longer work with Nvidia to produce new graphics cards.

This story was first published by Steve Burke, Editor in Chief at Gamers Nexus.

Burke reported on discussions with Andrew Han, CEO of EVGA.

According to the video, EVGA won't be joining Nvidia rivals AMD and Intel. 

They will stop making GPUs once the stock of the RTX 30-series has sold out.

This means that EVGA will not be producing Nvidia's upcoming RTX40-series GPUs. 

According to the video, EVGA won't be working with Nvidia for future products such as the expected RTX-50-series. 

Although the company stated that its workforce would be "taken care of", it is unclear how this will happen. 

According to Burke's video, Nvidia GPUs contributed about 80% to EVGA's revenue.