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User Info: Killah Priest

Killah Priest
4 weeks ago#11
Snuck is the past tense of sneak. :)

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4 weeks ago#12
Killah Priest posted...
Snuck is the past tense of sneak.

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User Info: ImperialDragon

ImperialDragon
4 weeks ago#13
It went back to normal. I tried to place the card in another PCIE slot but there wasn't enough space, and the computer was never on without the card in the same slot it has always been, but its back to saying it is a 680 everywhere with no reference to the ghost 760. I have no idea what happened.
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User Info: JKatarn

JKatarn
4 weeks ago#14
That is bizarre, have never heard of/had that happen. AFAIK the deviceid should be pulled from the GPU BIOS/hardware itself, so I don't think a software change would have any effect. Could be a PCI-E slot going on you or something.
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User Info: Jocko

Jocko
3 weeks ago#15
ImperialDragon posted...
EVGA, 4gb

Must be part of EVGA"s Step Up Program. They found out a way to upgrade your card to a 760 via software instead of swapping out the hardware. Sounds like someone's being a little ungrateful for great service.
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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
3 weeks ago#16
JKatarn posted...
That is bizarre, have never heard of/had that happen. AFAIK the deviceid should be pulled from the GPU BIOS/hardware itself, so I don't think a software change would have any effect. Could be a PCI-E slot going on you or something.

Bad connection could have caused it to incorrectly report the device ID, which would fool the computer into thinking it's a GTX760 running GTX680 4GB hardware.
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