The reason you are seeing gibberish is because there is no actual place in the rom where the name is stored. What's actually happening is you are changing the device id from 0297, aka 7950 go GTX, to 061C, aka 3600M. This in itself is no problem but nibitor most likely translates this device id to a gpu architecture. Essentially, its parsing your 7950go GTX rom, which has NV4X architecture, as a 3600M rom, which has NV5X architecture. Its good to remember however that nibitor is a 3rd party rom editor and as such has no real ties to how nvidia actually works with your rom. I won't go into details but there are other ways to parsing the performance table, voltage table, and temperature table that Nvidia most likely uses. Therefore, those tables should still be read fine by the computer although they are read as gibberish by nibitor.
I don't have the knowledge to tell you if everything will work smoothly though. From the bios perspective, everything looks decent, but I don't know how things will work from the driver perspective. I could test this all myself but I don't know the next time I'm going to open up my computers.