EVGA Corporation is an American computer hardware company that produces Nvidia-GPU-based video cards as well as motherboards. Since 2010, the company sold other computer components, including gaming laptops, power supplies, All-In-One Liquid Coolers, computer cases and gaming mice. Founded in July 1999, its headquarters are in Brea, California.
EVGA products include motherboards, graphic cards (including factory-overclocked models), power supply units and related accessories. Initially motherboards were limited to NVIDIA reference designs, but expanded to non-reference designs based on NVIDIA chipsets, and are based on Intel chipsets following the exit of NVIDIA from the motherboard market. The first EVGA motherboard based on an Intel chipset was the X58 SLI, supporting 3-way SLI, and was announced in November 2008. Factory-overclocked graphics cards included the SC, SSC and FTW editions (as well as special KO editions in the past). Other products, such as specialized VGA coolers and VGA water blocks, are also available from EVGA.
In March 2009, EVGA released the X58 Classified (E759), an EVGA specialized board with a NVIDIA NF200 chip (the E760 Classified does not have the NF200 chip). It is an Intel X58-chipset based motherboard with many overclocking-friendly features.