Truck heist: Make sure your new RTX graphics card isn’t hot (as in stolen)

EVGA says that a shipment of new Nvidia cards was stolen from a truck in California.

Credit: Dreamstime: Ninelroschina

New high-end graphics cards are still harder to find than a polar bear in Panama. Phony online sales and other scams are abundant, as with any in-demand item, so shoppers venturing into the secondary market on sites like Craigslist and eBay need to be wary. According to graphics card maker EVGA, the market is about to get even muddier: The company is reporting that a shipment of its GeForce graphics cards was stolen off a truck in Southern California a week ago.

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Michael Crider

Michael Crider

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