Indeed. One thing I could think of is that you have to enable Above 4G Decoding on the Mainboard to be able to enable Resizable BAR (of course). Enabling Above 4G Decoding alone could lead to performance issues in certain games, even without enabling Resizable BAR (I've seen that before Resizable BAR was an option on my system, for example). The exact hardware configuration, resolution and game settings may play into what kind of performance gains (or losses) you see with ReBAR enabled as well. There are lots of variables to consider. The whitelist seems to work fine on my computer, I can enable or disable it per application profile with Nvidia Profile Inspector and it seems to actually work for me that way in the games I tried. Just because some youtube streamer that doesn't seem to be interested in researching why they are getting the results is stating something as fact, doesn't mean it has to be so universally. Perhaps if credible journalists begin to report the same thing and cover all their bases there could be something to it, but right now I'm skeptical that the whitelist wouldn't work as I'm seeing different results myself. I myself would love to see Hilbert research the matter with various system configurations and settings in one of his nicely written articles. Back to the topic of the thread, the 466.11 drivers seem to be working fine for me on various systems in any games and applications we've been using here.