Last week EVGA suddenly announced
that it will not launch GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards, and it is completely discontinuing the production of graphics cards. This matter instantly exploded among the industry and players, and many people were discussing it on social media and forums. At the same time, many questions were raised about the future of EVGA. Its Kingpin Edition graphics card is designed for hardcore enthusiasts and extreme overclockers and is one of the pinnacles of graphics card design.
As a collaboration between EVGA and overclocker master Vince Lucido, the future of the Kingpin Edition graphics card has also caught the attention of many PC enthusiasts. In a Facebook post, Vince Lucido thanked colleagues and friends in the industry, as well as fans for their support, and expressed
his views on the future of Kingpin graphics cards: “If the KP hardware is meant to continue on in one way or another, I’m sure that it will.”
Vince Lucido seems to be very interested in new hardware partners, and if there are board manufacturers who want to compete on the top graphics cards, especially products designed for extreme overclocking, it may be an opportunity worth considering.
In fact, EVGA has not issued an official statement on its withdrawal from the graphics card market, nor has there been a related press release. The previous official news was published on the official forum by Jacob Freeman, director of global product management at EVGA, and mainly involved three points:
- EVGA will not carry the next generation graphics cards.
- EVGA will continue to support the existing current generation products.
- EVGA will continue to provide the current generation products.