According to Gamers Nexus, EVGA has discontinued all future graphics card operations but will continue to sell leftover stock of its current products and service consumers who have already purchased them.
EVGA cited 'disrespectful behavior' as the basis for the breakup, claiming that it became agitated because Nvidia would reportedly divulge crucial information to the public at the same time as EVGA.
The company also claimed that Nvidia was undercutting it by selling its own Founders Edition graphics cards for less than EVGA goods.
It expects to run out of RTX 30-series graphics cards by the end of 2022, but is keeping some supply on hand to fulfill current customers' warranties if necessary. EVGA will continue to operate and sell its other goods, but will not expand into new markets or pursue new graphics card collaborations with Intel or AMD.
"EVGA is committed to our customers and will continue to offer sales and support on the current line-up," it said in a statement. "EVGA would like to say thank you to our great community for the many years of support and enthusiasm for EVGA graphics cards."
EVGA terminates relationship with NVIDIA, ceases all video card manufacturing on grounds of disrespectful treatment, among other things. Employees told they will be 'taken care of,' but we don't see how all those jobs will persist ad infinitum: https://t.co/ZvgDYhcGXf— GamersNexus (@GamersNexus) September 16, 2022