I acquired a PCwinmax gtx 750 ti that someone got in a gaming system and subsequently had replaced because they just assumed it was defective. The card is actually like most fake cards in appearance with a VGA port, but It actually has a 960M on the card and from what little I know, that specific GPU is only used in laptops hence the "M". CPUZ also suggests that it may have come from a Acer laptop and so a further search suggested one model may be the Acer Aspire Nitro VN7-592G. So far I can only verify I have video output with the card, but it almost useless without video drivers in Windows. I am going to try it in other OS's like Linux or a Hackintosh, but was curious if anyone has any suggestions if it can be flashed with a proper bios and actually be recognized an function as a 960M based video card in Windows.