Question Need help fake gpu?

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Looks to be legit. You could just test it with some benchamarks too, just too be sure.

It is identical to this model: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/zotac-gtx-1660-super-destroyer-hy-ha.b8132
The card is only intended for the Asian market... that's why it's harder to find.
Looks to be legit. You could just test it with some benchamarks too, just too be sure.

It is identical to this model: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/zotac-gtx-1660-super-destroyer-hy-ha.b8132
The card is only intended for the Asian market... that's why it's harder to find.
Thanks for the info i got sad and confused thought i got ripped off so its good right?
 
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Test it... that way you'll know for sure. Seems to be, but until you don't actually test it you won't know.
Thats the problem i am waiting for motherboard to arrive i do have old mother board gigabyte g41mt-s2ptg4 dont know whether it support 1660 super or not?
 
Another way to check is by getting the cooler off the PCB and looking at the GPU die:




NOT recommended though, you'll most likely void the warranty of that card (if it has one).

i do have old mother board gigabyte g41mt-s2ptg4
Problem with your current motherboard is that's old and newer GPUs like the 1660S require UEFI support to work, which that G41 doesn't. It won't work most likely I'm afraid.
 
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Another way to check is by getting the cooler off the PCB and looking at the GPU die:




NOT recommended though, you'll most likely void the warranty of that card (if it has one).



Problem with your current motherboard is that's old and newer GPUs like the 1660S require UEFI support to work, which that G41 doesn't. It won't work most likely I'm afraid.
Yeah i am noob when it comes to this stuff also gpu have one year warranty guess i have to wait for motherboard to arrive but thanks for info atleast there is some hope for me maybe its not fake
 
DO not take the card apart just to verify the chip.
You risk problems not getting it all back together properly.

Likely, you need a UEFI capable motherboard.
But some cards will have compatibility with legacy bios.

You can try installing in whatever motherboard and cpu you have on hand.

Yo check if the card is a fake, run GPU-Z
 

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