The company is back on the headlines after a new lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court in Texas on Tuesday.
The suit accuses Evga of failing to provide full warranties to consumers for the products they sold and that the company misled consumers and regulators.
The lawsuit alleges that Evga has failed to meet its obligations to consumers in violation of the False Claims Act, the National Consumer Law Center, and the Federal Trade Commission.
The suit seeks unspecified damages.
A spokesman for the company didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
The latest lawsuit comes as Evga continues to face a series of consumer complaints.
In March, an Ohio man filed a class-action lawsuit against Evga, alleging that the video card maker failed to provide the necessary service for his home and that he was left with $2,400 in medical bills.
That case is pending.
Last week, a Virginia man filed an additional lawsuit against the company after Evga did not respond to his complaints about defective parts.
A spokesperson for Evga said the company was aware of the latest lawsuit and would respond to the claims in the court records.
Evga says the new suit was filed under the name of a different plaintiff and has not yet responded to a detailed statement from that other plaintiff.