I'm curious what these driver sets are actually accomplishing. There's no documentation for the tweaks and there's just some vague notes in the releases about the tweaks "working" or fixes "working". I looked into some of the files being added, especially files being dropped into my System32 folder like "Tweaks.ini" and in it I see lines like: Code: Configuration\FiXMusicCrashingSound Configuration\FiXMusicHDCrashingSound Configuration\FiXMoviesCrashingSound Configuration\FiXMoviesHDCrashingSound Configuration\FiXYoutubeCrashingSound Configuration\FiXYoutubeHDCrashingSound It's a 33KB ini file with 1006 lines of similarly absurd lines including other lines like: Code: Configuration\NoShutDownWindowsHang Configuration\SoundMuffled Configuration\FixDistortion Configuration\DisableDistortion Configuration\NoDistortion Just from reading them, it's clearly these lines are fake and Googling them confirms that since there are exactly 0 references to any of these supposed configuration variables existing except pointing back to a link on HardwareHeaven that is one of your old PAX XFI links. This ini file devotes 313 lines within it to other obviously fake lines of code to "cover" every variable of ram configuration from 2GB up to 32GB with things like: Code: Configuration\Fix22GigRamCrackling,100% Configuration\Fix22GigRamDistortion,100% Configuration\Fix22GigRamEnforceMotherboard,100% Configuration\FixDistortion22GigRamMotherboard,100% Configuration\FixCracking22GigRamMotherboard,100% Configuration\Fix22GigRam,100% Who even refers to a RAM size variable as "gig" besides in casual conversation? Clearly fake. So I would like to know what these drivers are actually modifying over the official drivers since at least the "Tweaks" file is clearly full of fake code.