EVGA Product Manager, Jacob Freeman, confirmed on the company’s forums that a truck transporting the GeForce RTX 30 display cards to EVGA’s distribution center in California was stolen. The truck was packed with on-screen cards that ranged from $329.99 to $59.99 at list prices. This means that there are probably many models available, from the GeForce RTX 3060 to the 3090.
EVGA is aware of which cards have been stolen and therefore it will not be possible to register for warranty claims. In addition, data in EVGA’s possession may lead to investigations into how the cards were obtained, and buyers of stolen goods may have to return the card to EVGA.
We know that display cardollars are currently much more expensive than list price, and even many models are hard to find in stock. Because the demand is high and the supply is short, some people are in a position to commit crimes to obtain these kardollarsars.
EVGA management has issued a statement regarding the issue and has issued a statement to anyone who may have any information about the stolen products. [email protected].