The Company stated that for now, doesn’t plan to layoff personnel. This is quite hard to believe, but we might see an expansion of their products in other categories. They also announced that would continue to provide support for their 3000 Nvidia Series Graphics Cards. At least, this is something, considering the situation. Interesting is the fact that EVGA blamed Nvidia for the last minute pricing updates for their GPU Cores, leaving the Company in the shadows, on how to handle theirs and was very hard to compete with their Founders Edition Cards. Moreover, drivers by Nvidia were sent to reviewers, before the OEMs. Not so wise of them, don’t you think?
According to EVGA they don’t plan to partner with AMD or Intel in the near future at least, for the GPU Market. That means no more VGA business, the end of an era. The Californian Colossus on the other hand via Tom’s Hardware thanked EVGA for their partnership and wished the best to Andrew and his Team, by an email of their representative Bryan Del Rizzo. Nvidia has built up a really bad name as a partner, through all these years. EVGA’s decision proves that.