EVGA, one of the most prominent third-party PC graphics card manufacturers, is terminating its longtime relationship with Nvidia. The company reportedly said that it won’t be pursuing partnerships with competing silicon giants like AMD or Intel. EVGA’s most senior management made its decision to break away from Nvidia back in April, but kept the decision strictly confidential. While EVGA will continue to sell RTX 30-series cards, it expects to run out of stock by the end of the year, and will be hanging on to an additional stock to service warranties and repairs. The loss of the GPU side of its business is likely to pose challenges for its 280 worldwide staffers. On the flip side, the crypto-mining craze that plagued the industry by buying up countless cards for mining rigs seems to be coming to an end . . .