A truck full of EVGA GeForce RTX 30XX has been stoled
Those waiting for EVGA GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards might need to wait a bit longer.
EVGA Product Manager Jacob Freeman confirmed on the company’s forums that a truck that was moving GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards to EVGA’s distribution center in California has been stolen. The truck was loaded with graphics cards valued between $329.99 up to $1959.99 MSRP, which likely means anything from GeForce RTX 3060 up to 3090 models.
EVGA is aware of which cards were stolen, so registering them for warranty claims will not be possible. Furthermore, it may lead to EVGA investigating how the card was obtained and force buyers of stolen goods to be returned to EVGA.
If you are not sure if the graphics cards being sold on craigslist are from a legal source, ask the seller for proof of purchase or even ask them for a serial code to verify it was not from the stolen truck.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on October 29, 2021, a shipment of EVGA GeForce RTX 30-Series Graphics Cards was stolen from a truck en route from San Francisco to our Southern California distribution center.
These graphics cards are in high demand and each has an estimated retail value starting at $329.99 up to $1959.99 MSRP.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that under state and Federal law:
It is a criminal and civil offense to “buy or receive” property that has been stolen. Cal. Penal Code section 496(a).
It is also a criminal and civil offense to “conceal, sell, withhold, or aid in concealing selling or withholding” any such property.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER notice that:
If you are able to successfully register your product and see it under My Products, then your product is NOT affected by this notice, you can also check the serial number at the EVGA Warranty Check page to see if it is affected.
EVGA will NOT REGISTER or HONOR ANY WARRANTY or UPGRADE claims on these products.
If you have or receive any information relating to these products, please share that with us at stopRTX30theft@evga.com.
We appreciate your attention to this issue.