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+ - Fake nVidia graphics cards show up in Germany

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Several fake nVidia cards — probably GeForce GT 440 — have had their BIOS reflashed to report themselves as GeForce GTX 660. They were sold under the brand "GTX660 4096MB Nvidia Bulk" but only deliver 1/4 of the speed of a real GTX 660. Investigations are ongoing who did the reflashing, but several hundreds of them have already been sold and are now being recalled."
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Fake nVidia graphics cards show up in Germany

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