EVGA has been making graphics cards since it was founded in 1999 and the majority of its revenue comes from sales of NVIDIA's graphic cards.
EVGA has announced that the company will not be producing video cards based on NVIDIA's next-generation GPUs.
EVGA will not carry the next-generation graphics card and it will continue to support the existing current-generation products.
EVGA would like to say thank you to our great community for many years of support for the EVGA graphics card
EVGA is not the first NVIDIA partner, BFG, and XFX we're both major NVIDIA partners.
EVGA's exit is a big loss for consumers and video card, enthusiasts overall. EVGA held 40% of the North American retail market
The next biggest question at this point is whether EVGA will remain in the video card market or not.