EVGA’s first Nvidia "banana cooler" debuted in 2000.
By Jon Peddie
EVGA came into prominence in 2000 when it developed the first highly efficient cooler for Nvidia’s GeForce 256, affectionally called “the banana” because of its color and shape. The company entered the market with graphics boards targeted at gamers in 2002.
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