Self-harm or not, it is sad to see EVGA go
Could this be the end of EVGA?
A hot potato: The relationship between Nvidia and one of its top board partners seems to have reached a breaking point. EVGA won't produce RTX 40 series GPUs, effectively exiting the graphics card market entirely. Possibly heralding the end of EVGA, the decision could bring closer attention to the business interactions between GPU makers and board partners.
$5,000 won't even get you a full system
EVGA RTX 3090 Ti Kingpin launches with two 16-pin power connectors, $2,500 price tag, comes with "free" 1600W PSU
The card that can draw almost 1kW
More good news for those looking to upgrade
Is EVGA clearing out inventory ahead of Nvidia's RTX 40 series launch?
Hopefully this keeps going
A 3080 Ti is already hard enough to get
EVGA warns people not to buy stolen goods
EVGA called it "poor workmanship"
It's easy to understand why
Other Nvidia models are showing high loads and temperatures
Now we're just waiting for new stock to arrive
A great option for 1080p gaming
The sub $300 GPU market is going to get a lot more interesting
A reminder that nothing about owning a Xeon W-3175X is cheap
Thought the GTX Titan X Collectors Edition was expensive?
Nvidia can now claim more memory bandwidth than AMD's Vega
When blazing fast is still too slow