Question need stock bios??

Nov 13, 2019
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don't bump, don't spam the forum
Hey guys i need your help so much PleasePleasePlease
I have a cheap Graphic card
And i cant find its bios anywhere idk its fake or not but i have photo of the motherboard name is afox gt730 more
info:
Name / Brand / Architecture
Manufacturer:AFOX
Model:GeForce GT730 LP (4GB 128Bit)
Part number:AF730-4096D3L1
Based on:NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 DDR3 128-bit [Compare]
Target market segment:Desktop
Die name:GF 108
Architecture:Fermi
Fabrication process:40nm
Transistors:585 million
Bus interface:PCI-E 2.0 x 16
Launch date:June 2014
Frequency
Graphics clock:700 MHz
Processor clock:1400 MHz
Memory specifications
Memory size:4096 MB
Memory type:DDR3
Memory clock:666 MHz
Memory clock (effective):1333 MHz
Memory interface width:128-bit
Memory bandwidth:21.33 GB/s
Cores / Texture
CUDA:2.1
CUDA cores:96
ROPs:4
Texture units:16
RAMDACs:400 MHz
Electric characteristics
Maximum GPU temp:98C
Maximum power draw:49 W
Video features
Multi-monitor:Up to 2 displays
Maximum digital resolution:4096 x 2160
Maximum DVI resolution:2560 x 1600
Maximum HDMI resolution:4096 x 2160 @ 24 Hz or 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz
Maximum VGA resolution:2048 x 1536
Anti-Aliasing technologies:FXAA
HDMI:Yes
HDMI version:1.4a
Performance
Pixel fill rate:2.8 Gigapixels/s
Texture fill rate:11.2 Gigatexels/s
Single presision compute power:268.8 GFLOPS
External connectors
Standard display connectors:Dual Link DVI-D
HDMI
VGA
Audio input for HDMI:Yes
Dimensions
Size (length x height):5.71 inches (145 mm) x 2.72 inches (69 mm)
Width:Single Slot
Other features / Support
Other features:3D Vision 3D Blu-Ray
HDCP
PhysX
Open CL support:1.1
OpenGL support:4.4
DirectX support:12.0 (Feature Level 11_0)
Shader model:5.0
 
Nov 13, 2019
15
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10
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Hey guys i need your help so much PleasePleasePlease
I have a cheap Graphic card
And i cant find its bios anywhere idk its fake or not but i have photo of the motherboard name is afox gt730 more
info:
Name / Brand / Architecture
Manufacturer:AFOX
Model:GeForce GT730 LP (4GB 128Bit)
Part number:AF730-4096D3L1
Based on:NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 DDR3 128-bit [Compare]
Target market segment:Desktop
Die name:GF 108
Architecture:Fermi
Fabrication process:40nm
Transistors:585 million
Bus interface:PCI-E 2.0 x 16
Launch date:June 2014
Frequency
Graphics clock:700 MHz
Processor clock:1400 MHz
Memory specifications
Memory size:4096 MB
Memory type:DDR3
Memory clock:666 MHz
Memory clock (effective):1333 MHz
Memory interface width:128-bit
Memory bandwidth:21.33 GB/s
Cores / Texture
CUDA:2.1
CUDA cores:96
ROPs:4
Texture units:16
RAMDACs:400 MHz
Electric characteristics
Maximum GPU temp:98C
Maximum power draw:49 W
Video features
Multi-monitor:Up to 2 displays
Maximum digital resolution:4096 x 2160
Maximum DVI resolution:2560 x 1600
Maximum HDMI resolution:4096 x 2160 @ 24 Hz or 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz
Maximum VGA resolution:2048 x 1536
Anti-Aliasing technologies:FXAA
HDMI:Yes
HDMI version:1.4a
Performance
Pixel fill rate:2.8 Gigapixels/s
Texture fill rate:11.2 Gigatexels/s
Single presision compute power:268.8 GFLOPS
External connectors
Standard display connectors:Dual Link DVI-D
HDMI
VGA
Audio input for HDMI:Yes
Dimensions
Size (length x height):5.71 inches (145 mm) x 2.72 inches (69 mm)
Width:Single Slot
Other features / Support
Other features:3D Vision 3D Blu-Ray
HDCP
PhysX
Open CL support:1.1
OpenGL support:4.4
DirectX support:12.0 (Feature Level 11_0)
Shader model:5.0
 
Seriously mate, I've already said stop bumping. I realise you may be stressed, but slow down. No-one will want to help if you are on edge and bumping all the time. We (the community) answer questions when we can. We are not paid to do so, and do so on the basis of having free time, and a general willingness to help. By constantly bumping, it will turn people off trying to help. Just chill. We will answer when we can, and as best we can.

rgd1101 has suggested using GPU-z to determine the device ID on your card. This will enable you to potentially match to a bios. Like for example, the one I linked.

I was able to download the bios I linked very easily. You then need to get a flashing tool to flash the bios. I mentioned above, that this is a risk. And it is a risk. If you don't do it properly or use the wrong bios for your card, you risk bricking it. On top of that, any bios you do find, simply may not work if your card has been abused.

How did it come to pass that your GPU had it's bios wiped and you didn't back it up. Please explain? This might help us guide a little better.

TBH though. I've never heard of that brand. It's very possible the card is already bricked. Did you buy it second hand? What was it's previous use?

I think you may be better off buying a new card. One from a reputable brand and is either new, or at least you know it's usage before purchase. It couldn't have cost more than maybe than a few $£€. Getting something you know that works is the way to go here.
 
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thank you so much sir for you help and yeah i ended throwing the afox crap and can you help me on some more i have question regarding my motherboard and cpu so my new que ???
 

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