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That's right, we are back with a new version of our favorite NiBiTor software which is the original GeForce series BIOS tweaking software, providing support for the latest NVIDIA graphics cards and is updated on a regular basis. With NiBiTor we provide graphics card enthusiasts or hardcore overclockers full control over some advanced features and functionality found on firmware of supported cards. And by doing so users can gain some extra performance, enable certain hidden features, tweak memory timings, access device related information, adapt bootup settings, change fan speed options and even get extra stability using their NVIDIA based graphics accelerators which will just give them that little extra value.

Since we did receive quite few new firmware images and just wanted to make an extra effort for the many laptop owners, we did include several updated for these. And as we already advertised previously this version also includes support for the GeForce GTX 550 Ti accelerators. Of course, if you somehow find that your own card is not yet supported, we encourage you to share the original BIOS with us which will allow us to code the support in an upcoming version. The best way is to share through our forums by also giving the specifics and brand, which makes it more easy to verify the details we discover in the actual firmware.

Changes in this Version
  • Added GeForce GTX 550 Ti
  • Added GeForce GT 440
  • Added GeForce GT 330
  • Added GeForce GT 130
  • Added GeForce G 100
  • Added Quadro 600 (Fermi)
  • Added GeForce GTX 470M
  • Added GeForce GTS 425M
  • Added GeForce GTS 350M
  • Updated GeForce GTX 460M

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Originally Posted by Juggalo23451
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Not if you have a asus card.

Do explain... I have not read the news thread regarding it, I don't have a 590 so it's useless to me, except for now
but I'm guessing it's some sort of hardware stopping users from changing the voltage, along with the drivers?
 
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