Happy New Year from EVGAGaming!


We would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year!  Thank you to all those who have commented, participated in our giveaways and who have visited the EVGAGaming.com site in 2015!  We hope to bring you more content, more news, and many more giveaways in 2016!  Lets all celebrate 2016 and make it a year to remember!!!!!

Thank you all on behalf of the EVGAGaming.com and EGC teams!!!

EVGA December Gaming Event



Winter is a grand ol' time for snow related activities! Some of you may not be so lucky to have snow nearby, but don't worry. EVGA is providing an EVGA Gaming event for you to participate in! You get to play your favorite games from the comfort of your home, instead of having to go outside in the freezing cold.

There are quite a few games for you to choose from, like Battlefield 4, Team Fortress 2, and many others! All of this isn't only for fun and games, though. When you sign up for the EVGA December Gaming Event and log into our servers between December 17th, 2015 and December 31st, 2015, you'll qualify for some really great prizes – all just for playing! Signing up is completely free and easy for anyone, regardless of where you live. We have lots of prizes to give away, so don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to play great games and win some quality products!

In order to qualify for all these awesome prizes,  all you have to do is follow these simple steps:

Sign up on the EVGA December Gaming Event page with either your Steam ID, BF3 soldier name, BF4 soldier name, or all three if you feel like it. After that, all you have to do is log in and play anytime during December 17th, 2015 6:00 PM Pacific to December 31st, 2015 11:59:59 PM Pacific. Be sure to check the official EVGA Gaming blog to see the full list of servers available and read some great articles from team EVGA! Please don't forget to keep enjoying our servers after the event ends!

This is a global promotion and all are welcome to participate.

***** All winners must email iwon@evga.com by January 22th, 2016 to claim their prize. Be sure your EVGA profile is up to date with the correct mailing address..*****

EVGA How To: Install DDR3/DDR4 Memory


We are pleased to bring you our next video in the "EVGA How To" Series.  In this video, Matthew Decker,  will walk you through the simple steps of installing new DDR3 or DDR4 memory modules onto your EVGA motherboard.  Details such as making sure you have the right memory for your motherboard type, making sure to populate the correct memory slots, and the important of checking your motherboard manual for compatibility.  

Feature in this video is the EVGA High Performance Memory modules in DDR3 options and DDR4 options which are sold exclusively at MicroCenter stores!  Our EVGA memory features a Limited Lifetime warranty, and comes in a selection of memory speeds to fit any customers system needs.  

Each memory module comes in a sleek black color scheme which will fit with any build.  If you have any technical questions or presales questions about our EVGA High Performance Memory, then you can always contact our Presales support team via phone:  888.881.3842 or email:  Support@EVGA.com for further assistance.  

Now check out our newest EVGA How To video featured below.  Please Enjoy, and also make sure to like, comment and subscribe to get future updates on upcoming EVGA How To videos!


EVGA How To: Setup SLI


We're back with the next instructional video in our "EVGA How To" Series.  In this video, Matthew Decker will walk us through the benefits, setup and configuration of setting up an Nvidia SLI setup!  Nvidia SLI or Scalable Link Interface is the process of adding a second Nnvidia GTX graphics card to your system to significantly increase the performance of your gaming.  

In our "EVGA How To" video this week, we will be featuring our EVGA GTX 960 SSC ACX 2.0+ Gaming graphics card which supports 2 Way SLI and our EVGA Pro SLI V2 Bridges.  


The installation of your SLI capable graphics card is simple, but it is always recommended to reference your motherboard manufacture's manual to ensure you are installing your graphics card in the correct or recommended PCIE slots.  

An tell tell sign of what type of SLI your graphics card supports would be via the number of SLI connections on the graphics card.  A single SLI connection on each graphics card would mean that it would only support 2 Way SLI,  graphics card with 2 connections would be capable or supporting a 3 Way SLI or 4 Way SLI configuration.  Making sure your motherboard supports these configurations as well would be via their manufacture specifications information on their website. 

Please enjoy this weeks How To video, make sure to Like, Comment, and Subscribe to our TeamEVGA YouTube channel to make sure you are always up to date with our EVGA How To videos and content.  Also, should you ever have any questions or concerns with setting up an SLI system, you can always contact our 24/7 Technical Support Team via email:  support@evga.com or phone:  888.881.3842


EVGA Early Black Friday Sale


Starting today, EVGA is hosting an early Black Friday sale for our refurbished products. You will see products there with as much as 75% off! I already picked up a $15 600B power supply myself to use as a backup.

The sale is only while supplies last, so you will want to hurry and make your decision quick! Some of the options have already sold out before I finished writing up this article. Comment below and let us know what you managed to get!

EVGA How To: EVGA ACX CPU Cooler Installation


Its time for our next instructional video in our "EVGA How To" Series.  In this video, Matthew Decker will introduce you to our EVGA ACX CPU Cooler and walk you through the simple installation steps.  

The EVGA ACX CPU Cooler was built to perform with 5 8mm heatpipes that are arranged to receive the maximum airflow, direct-touch base technology provides excellent thermal transfer,  and has a wind tunnel fin design for optimal air-flow and more.

The center section of the fins form an enclosure in front of the fan hub where air flow is at its lowest, and the edges of the fins are closed. This creates two wind tunnels that maximize airflow around the heatpipes.
And of course, the full sleek black look and PWM controlled red LED fan are the perfect match for any EVGA gaming rig! 

So if you looking for a new CPU cooler or looking to replace that stock cooler that came with your CPU, make sure to check out our How To video below on the simple installation instructions.  Our EVGA  ACX CPU cooler is available on the EVGA web store now!

Be sure to check out our EVGA How To videos and let us know what you think in our comment section below.  Also be sure to comment, like and subscribe to the TeamEVGA YouTube channel for more "EVGA How To" videos.  


EVGA's How To: Properly Install your EVGA Power Supply


We are back again with another instructional video in our "EVGA How To" series.  In this next video Matthew Decker will explain the importance setting up,  installing and testing your EVGA power supply.

Featured in this video is our fully modular EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2 power supply.  This is the top power supply currently in the EVGA line up, with the ability to power up 4 individual graphics cards for those 4 Way SLI needs, and power your system efficiently with its 80 Plus Titanium rating.

The importance of purchasing a good quality and reliable power supply should be one of the main things to look at when building your system, since it is the main component that will be delivering power to all of your system.  If you are in the market for a new power supply and don't know which type or wattage to purchase for your build, then head on over the the EVGA Power Meter, where you can answer a few questions for our suggestions on different EVGA power supplies that will fit your needs!  Alternatively, you can contact our 24/7 Presales Support team via phone: 888.881.3842 or email:  Support@Evga.com

Be sure to check out our EVGA How To video and let us know what you think in our comment section below.  Also be sure to comment, like and subscribe to the TeamEVGA YouTube channel for more "EVGA How To" videos.