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Would flashing an ASUSS 9600gt Black pearl edition to an EVGA edition of some sort be a good idea? I want to do this purely for the voltage adjuster (last i checked it was made for only EVGA bios?)
As of right now the EVGA GPU Voltage Tuner only supports GTX 260, 280, and 295. Not going to benefit you.
http://www.evga.com/articles/00462/
    
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what bout the program Nibitor
     
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As of right now the EVGA GPU Voltage Tuner only supports GTX 260, 280, and 295. Not going to benefit you.
http://www.evga.com/articles/00462/

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what bout the program Nibitor

Nibitor is the tool to use for editting BIOSes. If you are going to be doing some flashing its a good idea to play with it and get familar.
    
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What is the name of the bios for the EVGA GTX 260 Core 216 55nm SC edition? I see 260, 260+, and 265. Which one is the Core 216 55nm variant?
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What is the name of the bios for the EVGA GTX 260 Core 216 55nm SC edition? I see 260, 260+, and 265. Which one is the Core 216 55nm variant?
Just modify your existing BIOS with Nibitor instead of using a new one.
    
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Just modify your existing BIOS with Nibitor instead of using a new one.
I can't figure out how to save the bios directly to the card. Is this possible?
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I can't figure out how to save the bios directly to the card. Is this possible?
No, you will need to use a floppy or USB with NVflash on it to flash the card's BIOS. Make sure to use NVflash so save a copy of the original BIOS first.

Make sure you have a backup card around just in case.
    
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What kind of performance increase would I see using NiBitOr? With my GSO's?
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What kind of performance increase would I see using NiBitOr? With my GSO's?
The same kind of performance increases you see when you use an OC utility like RivaTuner to increase clocks and fan speeds. Editing your BIOS with Nibitor is mostly for those who feel that their GPU OC is 100% stable and don't want to use software at startup to adjust clock speeds. Always do thorough testing of clock speeds before editing.

Correcting fan speeds is my favorite reason for using Nibitor. Most cards are programed to hit 100% fan speed at 90 or 100C. I like to change to to reach 100% fan speed to 55 or 60C. Each card is different though. Some cards will not let you change fan speeds.
    
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