TGT Goes Bankrupt, No More POV/TGT Graphics Cards

Published: 16th May 2013, 02:51 GMT


TGT ceases operation.

After almost three years of cooperation, Point of View will now be releasing their cards without the help from TGT team. What is really important, TGT was just a company responsible for POV’s overclocked product-line. Therefore you won’t see any new POV/TGT models anymore, only those which were made by POV itself. I am not sure whether POV will continue releasing their water cooled models, but it’s pretty certain we won’t have Charged, Ultra Charged or Beast models.

The most important issue is who is now responsible for the warranties. This is a reply to one of the customers who was asking about RMA (he lost the invoice):

“Dear Mr. xxxxx

I am sorry, but without a copy of the original invoice, the warranty is void. I know the experience of losing documents during a move, but the warranty claim requires a proof of purchase.

Another issue about the warranty claim is that TGT ceased operation. The closing is quite recent, I don’t know yet what will happen regarding warranty requests.”

contact: Arne Seifert [email protected]

Please be informed of the situation if you have a TGT GPU or planned to buy one. TGT overclocking is the company making the overclocking for Point of View GPUs

I tried contacting TGT, but their websites are no longer operating. This is the auto-response I received:


Service of insolvency order by the local court (Amtsgericht München)

Az. 1500 IN 68/13
Insolvency proceedings/consumer insolvency proceedings regarding the assets of TGT GmbH

Dear Sir/Madam,

The aforementioned insolvency proceedings were opened in accordance with the insolvency order issued by the local court (Amtsgericht München) 07.03.2013. As the insolvency administrator / trustee I am hereby serving upon you a copy of the insolvency order in accordance with § 30 subsection 2 InsO .

If you have access to the internet, please register your insolvency claim by the deadline of 26.04.2013 at the latest at, via the creditor information system (Gläubigerinformationssystem GIS) on our website. The online registration process is fast and easy to understand.

As you can see, it happened quite recently. If you have problems with your POV/TGT card I suggest you try the POV website instead.
If you were planning to buy TGT cards, I would suggest you look for other models.

Source: versteigerungskalender, Tom’s Hardware

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