EVGA's Response Regarding The EVGA-AMD Vega Rumor

Jan 07, 2017 09:08 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

The most talked about subject from last year and up to this time is EVGA partnering with AMD to create and sell Radeon Graphic Cards. It is rumored that Nvidia's biggest partner may be shifting into a different platform. The said information are based on rumors and therefore should be taken with a grain of salt.

As reported by WCCFTECH, EVGA is said to be planning in jumping into AMD Vega. The rumor is based on an article by bitsandchips.it who claims that the plan will most likely commence this year. The issue started when Nvidia exclusively sell the Titan X Pascal at a much higher price than the base retail MSRP. This said action caused a disagreement between Nvidia and EVGA.

An EVGA Radeon Collaboration is an exciting piece of art. EVGA can create a new market for AMD Vega and Radeon Series. EVGA can, therefore, utilize AMD Vega's rising popularity in order to add new markets for its well-established premium brand, and both parties could benefit big time.

AMD Vega is an high-end graphic chip exhibited at the CES 2017 event. The new and incredible cutting edge technology, and the astonishing 4K. It is very evident that EVGA is tapping into a great opportunity which will make its brand hugely benefit. It's a big step for EVGA to drop GeForce brands since it is one of the leading graphic markets to date.

But, earlier today EVGA announced that the rumor is 100% untrue. It may hurt some of the AMD-EVGA hopefuls, but EVGA is straight with its answer. According to this source, EVGA posted on social media stating that the allegation is indeed false. It may be an amazing thing to see, but who knows they might end up doing it in the future.

Stay tuned for more news and update. What are your thoughts about the article? Share it in the comment section below.

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