What are the ramifications of performing the online "hack" that would enable other Nvidia cards...I enabled my GTX 460, and it seems to be recognizing it fine, but then I was a bit worried about violating a EULA (I don't want to do ANYTHING unethical, and if it is, I'll reverse it), or does it just disqualify you from any support issues related to errors regarding enabling the card, or does it invalidate your warranty? Thanks, I just don't have the money to drop $250 on a card right now, and would love to take advantage of the GPU, but also always want to do the right thing, and never violate any agreement...sorry....just want to be sure that there are no ethical issues involved (most importantly), but secondarily if there are any hardware/software problems that could arise....
I went ahead and disabled my card, until I can be sure it doesn't violate a EULA...
I don't think it is against the EULA, but it leaves you out in the cold if you need support. If it would violate the EULA, I guess I would have heard by now.
If you have doubts about violating the EULA you can get the GTX 470 which require no hack to enable hardware MPE as it is one of the cards officially supported by Adobe. These cards (470) are selling at a discount right now probably because the rumored replacement (570) is about to be released in a month or so.