Wednesday, December 12th 2012

EVGA Starts Selling in Taiwan

EVGA entered the Taiwanese market, which is the backyard of several major NVIDIA and AMD board partners, including ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI. The American company launched almost its entire GeForce 600 series lineup, including GT 610, GT 620, GT 630, GT 640, GTX 650 Ti, GTX 660 Ti, GTX 670, and GTX 680. Missing in action are the flagship GTX 690, and non-reference design "Classified" series of graphics cards, in which EVGA puts in a lot of design, cooling, and PCB customization. EVGA's products are launched at leading ground and online stores, at competitive prices. They are backed by 5-year product warranties.

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8 Comments on EVGA Starts Selling in Taiwan

#2
Fourstaff
They have quite a task against local competitors. I don't see how Asus, MSI et al will be happy with EVGA trying to get market share in their home turf.
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TheMailMan78
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by: Fourstaff
They have quite a task against local competitors. I don't see how Asus, MSI et al will be happy with EVGA trying to get market share in their home turf.
EVGA builds good stuff when it comes to GPU's. Good warranty and a nice step up program. Asus better watch their six.
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TheLostSwede
Good luck, considering most people buy low-cost shit in Taiwan...
Not too strange though when you consider that the average salary is around US$1200...
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TheMailMan78
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by: TheLostSwede
Good luck, considering most people buy low-cost shit in Taiwan...
Not too strange though when you consider that the average salary is around US$1200...
EVGA sells low end/cost stuff also. As a matter of fact they are not even offering the top shelf stuff to the Taiwanese market.
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HossHuge
Besides the big three, there is already Galaxy, Leadtek, Sparkle and Lantic that sell Nvidia products. In a small market such as this I don't see this working out. Perhaps their warranty will make a difference?

Since I've been here both HIS and ELSA have come and gone.
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TheMailMan78
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by: HossHuge
Besides the big three, there is already Galaxy, Leadtek, Sparkle and Lantic that sell Nvidia products. In a small market such as this I don't see this working out. Perhaps their warranty will make a difference?

Since I've been here both HIS and ELSA have come and gone.
ELSA I'm not surprised. However HIS is new to me. When did they pull out?
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HossHuge
by: TheMailMan78
ELSA I'm not surprised. However HIS is new to me. When did they pull out?
It's been at least a year now.

My brother-in-law had a HIS 4830 that died about a month after the warranty ended. He had to send it to Hong Kong to see if they would help him cause it was just after the warranty but they said nope!
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