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Card identification
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Hey i downloaded your program and found out that my card is a fake GTX750 and know i need help to identify what is my actual card and how to rename it to the origina name here is the screenshot of the test


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Not easy to determine what's the real GPU, but it's GK106-based, so it might be a GTX 650 or 650 Ti.
To restore the card to its original parameters and name, you'd need to re-flash it with the original VBIOS. But I don't recommend this as it might be quite difficult to find the proper VBIOS.
If you bought such card, best is to return/RMA it.
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(12-05-2018, 09:50 PM)Martin Wrote: Not easy to determine what's the real GPU, but it's GK106-based, so it might be a GTX 650 or 650 Ti.
To restore the card to its original parameters and name, you'd need to re-flash it with the original VBIOS. But I don't recommend this as it might be quite difficult to find the proper VBIOS.
If you bought such card, best is to return/RMA it.

Thank you from your prompt reply a friend of mine gave it to me for 10 euros so i can not return it by the way to find out if it is a TI or no TI and is there a diffrence in the drivers between the TI and non TI
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Drivers are same, but they setup the GPU based on certain identification parameters, which have been overwritten when the VBIOS was re-flashed.
You might try to compare some parameters like maximum clocks using the GPU-Z tool and check if they match with a GPU in the 6xx series.
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(12-05-2018, 10:16 PM)Martin Wrote: Drivers are same, but they setup the GPU based on certain identification parameters, which have been overwritten when the VBIOS was re-flashed.
You might try to compare some parameters like maximum clocks using the GPU-Z tool and check if they match with a GPU in the 6xx series.

okay thank you
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