Anyone know how to find the timings in the Bios Rom? Any master bios people or Hex Editors out there that now how to track down the nv_pfb_timing registers? Too bad mavke and mvktech site went down and NiBiTor is no longer supported(6 series forward I found some video on youtube in italian about doing something with the checksum in the 6 series bios in NiBiTor would have to type all the text into google translate from the video to get an idea of what hes saying and its not just like a really fast copy past operation(you can clearly see these at the end of the bios in a hex editor) because I sure miss being able to tweak those(we should have access to them just like we do system ram). I still have that old nTimings.exe and I ran that but when I search the bios rom for that hex data I come up with nothing.... is it encrypted or in another format? Help appreciated maybe we could get something started here and actually figure it out. If we figure it out I'll write up a guide to tell everyone how to do it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZnn2C2d5kw Hmm this is interesting I always wondered what the timingsets stood for in NiBiTor.... http://forums.guru3d.com/printthread.php?t=264654&pp=25&page=10 The footage is MP4. I read your thread and I have the exactly the same problem: "Hey, Aqua did the magic and now I'm happy! But one drawback, for unknown reasons my card uses one timingset (according to Nibitor) when Geforce and another when Quadro .I matched the timingset of quadro (timingset 1) after the one geforce uses (timingset 2) but still my card crashed when it used intensively the videocard's ram,(Premiere, After Effects.....CUDA encoding) so i had to underclock the memory from 800 (stock) to 750 now, to work stable .I lost a little speed but it works ok now. Anybody had encountered the same problem?" Looks like converting their card from GeForce to Quadro and unlocking the driver recognition and different functionality that this person realized in NiBiTor that the card was no longer using TimingSet 2 and now used TimingSet 1(to autoselect timingsets you have to be in XP and running older drivers(forgot what caused that functionality of NiBiTor to break its been many years now).