Just a few days before the NVIDIA launch, the new GeForce RTX 40 series, one of its largest AIB partners, EVGA, announced that it would no longer produce video cards, which was a shock to PC assemblers because EVGA products were popular in the market.
Director General NVIDIA Jensen Huang diplomatically commented on the situation as follows: "".
EVGA's withdrawal from the video card market explains the loss of profit from the sale of the video cards, which is linked to the decision of NVIDIA to issue its own Foundations Edition, a trade policy such as NVIDIA, according to EVGA, ".
EVGA's business was dominated by graphic accelerators, and it is reported that the company does not plan to dismiss employees due to a change in course of action, which is at least surprising.
NVIDIA issued an official statement, which tone by tone coincides with the comments of its Director General Huang: ".
Overcloker Vince "Kingpin" Lucido, who had worked with EVGA for a long time on the most advanced video maps, published a statement in which he thanked fans for the years with EVGA and noted that this was not necessarily the end for Kingpin accelerators, although he had not provided any additional information; perhaps it was an open offer of cooperation for any interested parties.