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In the USA, a van with EVGA GeForce RTX 30 video cards was robbed - just like in the movie "Fast and the Furious"

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In the USA, a van with EVGA GeForce RTX 30 video cards was robbed - just like in the movie "Fast and the Furious"
EVGA has issued a statement about the theft of a shipment of GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards in transit from San Francisco for sorting in Southern California. The incident happened on October 29th.

In the USA, a van with EVGA GeForce RTX 30 video cards was robbed - just like in the movie "Fast and the Furious"


It is not known how many products were lost and what exactly the names of the graphic adapters were, but we can say that the price of each video card is $329.99-1959.99. The car probably had a full line of video cards on board. Thus, it can be said that the company could suffer losses in the millions of dollars.

In its announcement, EVGA recalled its responsibilities in the acquisition or transfer of stolen goods, and in the concealment, sale and storage, or aiding in the concealment or sale of any such product under the laws of the State of California and the United States.



EVGA has serial numbers for missing graphics cards, so owners will not be able to register or apply for warranty service for those graphics cards. If the buyer was able to register the device on the company's website without any problems and then found it in the My Products list, then this means that his device is not stolen. If the owner of the video card is suspicious, he can check the serial number on the EVGA Warranty Check page.

EVGA is calling for assistance in clarifying this case and asking for helpful information to be provided at [email protected]

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