Stolen Lot Of Nvidia Rtx 30 Signed Evga Reappear In A Vietnamese Store

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Theft of customized RTX 30 video cards from EVGA in early November 2021 was a hard blow both for NVIDIA’s partner producer and customers, who found themselves forced to surrender momentarily to the idea of not having a latest generation GPU. The stolen lot, however, has finally come back to the open.

The Vietnamese retailer Nguycôn Công PC (NCPC) has in fact started selling a series of graphics cards whose code would be among those of the stolen GPUs, without knowing the history of the lot in question. The first reports came from a customer who purchased an EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, attempted to record the product code and discovered the misdemeanor.

The fault should not be attributed to the dealer, who has claimed to have obtained EVGA graphics cards from a distributor who has confirmed their access from legitimate sources and with a month’s warranty. The source in question is likely to have sold the GPUs at a very good price, without leaving any doubt about the nature of the cards. What is amazing is how they quickly ended up from California to Vietnam.

NCPC then requested all customers who purchased an EVGA GeForce RTX 30 at their store to contact them by providing details of the model obtained, requesting reimbursement in case of confirmation of belonging to the stolen lot. Each interested video card will then be sent back to the original distributor to deliver it to the authentic customers.

Meanwhile, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 12 GB is due to be presented, so we recommend keeping an eye out.

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