GPUs stolen in a truck theft in California show up at a Vietnam dealership

In late 2021, a literal truck theft over GPUs took place in California. EVGA Product Manager Jacob Freeman confirmed at the time that a shipment of EVGA GeForce RTX 30 Series cards was actually stolen from a truck on its way from San Francisco to Southern California.

The cards are said to have a retail value of between $ 329.99 to $ 1959.99 USD, so there were some pretty high-end cards in that mix. When they were confirmed stolen, EVGA also warned that the serial numbers were registered so anyone trying to register them for warranty or potential sale would run into trouble.

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