Report: EVGA is ditching Nvidia and exiting the graphics card business

A shocking report says that EVGA, which has been in the GPU market for 20 years and is one of Nvidia's biggest partners,

is leaving the business of making graphics cards for good.

As one of the most well-known companies that sells graphics cards to consumers, its exit from the market will have far-reaching effects in the future.

EVGA will keep selling the graphics cards it already has, but it won't make any more when Nvidia's GeForce RTX 4000 series of GPUs comes out.  

The report comes from GamersNexus, a reliable source (and a friend of the PCWorld team), in a 30-minute expose.