One of PC gaming’s biggest video card makers is reportedly dropping out of the business

EVGA is cutting ties with Nvidia and dropping out of the graphics card business, according to reports from multiple prominent PC gaming influencers, citing interviews with EVGA CEO Andrew Han.

In a statement on the official EVGA forums (opens in new tab), the company says “EVGA will not carry the next generation graphics cards,” referring to the upcoming RTX 4000 series from Nvidia. The statement says that EVGA will continue to support and sell “current generation products,” however.

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