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  1. Hey, I think I flashed my card, but I need someone with experience to help me with a few things. This is my old GPU-Z Bios: This is my new one: I followed the tutorial, and flashed my old bios with an NVIDIA one of the same card. I am getting error code 43, and my computer is not reading my card properly. I am wondering how I can fix this, anyone with experience is much appreciated. Thanks
  2. Hello, I've made a few posts here in the past, but I own a Chinese 1080 HASEE Graphics Card, that is restricted to old and outdated drivers from 2016. I want to fix this issue by flashing the BIOS of my card with a regular Nvidia card. Any help I can get on this? I've never flashed a card before and wonder how to do it the safest way, as well as ensure it wont destroy the card. Thanks.
  3. How can I do this, and how easy is it to do?
  4. When updated, the graphics card seems to not be recognized.
  5. Hey, so a while back I purchased a HASEE GTX 1080 off Ebay for around 200 bucks, a good deal in my eyes, even if it only works on windows with drivers from 2017. Its never been an issue for me until now, with new games requiring more up to date drivers. Is there any chance I can bypass this in one way or another? Just wondering if its possible or if I need an entirely new card. Thanks. Info about the card is below Card manufacturers website: http://www.xyingba.com/index.php/pro_v_116_147.html HASEE GTX1080 Magic Dragon 8GD5X gaming graphics card On top of this, I recently did a GPU-Z scan, as well as an HWInfo scan on the card, heres those reads: I tried installing some of the newest drivers off of GeForce Experience, and ran GPU-Z on those. This is how it popped up: My final ask is here: Is there any way I can possibly install new drivers onto this card? I am interested in playing the newer call of duty games, which require updated drivers. I just wish to know my options, or how to deal with this problem. Thank you.
  6. Updated to the most recent: My resolution on my pc is locked to 1280x1024 weirdly. I'm seeing if I can fix this and make it work. My graphics card is showing up but not working.
  7. Ill try installing the newest drivers through GeForce Experience, I'll tell you how it goes after.
  8. Yeah its very confusing. Many others have had this same issue, just wondering if I can somehow solve it Heres HWInfo:
  9. It benchmarks like one, I think its just because its a chinese seller that it doesnt have the correct drivers. They sell 2080s that have more up to date ones, so I have no idea.
  10. https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/218378/218378 I dont know much about cards but this is the BIOS from tech powerup Hasee GTX 1080 8 GB BIOS Warning: You are viewing an unverified BIOS file. This upload has not been verified by us in any way (like we do for the entries listed under the 'AMD', 'ATI' and 'NVIDIA' sections). Please exercise caution when flashing it to your graphics card, and always have a backup. VBIOS Info Filename: 218378.rom VBIOS Version: 86.04.3B.00.05 UEFI Supported: Yes BIOS Build date: 2016-08-22 00:00:00 Date added: 2020-02-21 07:16:33 VBIOS Size: 242 KB MD5 Hash: e9b6e1e4230eaaa8a3a697807f26c618 SHA1 Hash: 2995d0492445a6b181d4a1ab879af47f28135b53 Same Bios: NVIDIA GTX 1080 View all EVGA GTX 1080 Founders Edition specs in our GPU Database BIOS Internals GPU Device Id: 0x10DE 0x1B80 Version: 86.04.3B.00.05 GP104 PG413 SKU 0 VGA BIOS Copyright (C) 1996-2016 NVIDIA Corp. GP104 Board Connectors 1x DVI-D 1x HDMI 3x DisplayPort Board power limit Target: 180.0 W Limit: 217.0 W Adj. Range: -50%, +21% Thermal Limits Rated: 83.0C Max: 92.0C Memory Support GDDR5X, Micron Boost Clock: 1734 MHz Graphics Card Info Manufacturer: Hasee Model: GTX 1080 Device Id: 10DE 1B80 Subsystem Id: 10DE 119E Interface: PCI-E Memory Size: 8192 MB GPU Clock: 1607 MHz Boost Clock: 1734 MHz Memory Clock: 1251 MHz Memory Type: GDDR5X
  11. No, it rejects them. If you check the website I linked the most recent drivers supported (of 3 weirdly) is Graphics driver 377.35 2017 win10_64 extraction code jea5 Which is what I have been running on.
  12. yeah this will be fine for those games, just don't expect to be pushing anything crazy.
  13. Hey, so a while back I purchased a HASEE GTX 1080 off Ebay for around 200 bucks, a good deal in my eyes, even if it only works on windows with drivers from 2017. Its never been an issue for me until now, with new games requiring more up to date drivers. Is there any chance I can bypass this in one way or another? Just wondering if its possible or if I need an entirely new card. Thanks. Info about the card is below Card manufacturers website: http://www.xyingba.com/index.php/pro_v_116_147.html HASEE GTX1080 Magic Dragon 8GD5X gaming graphics card
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