Hi folks. I've had VIDEO_TDR crashes ever since I upgraded to Windows 10 about 2 months ago. My system will either crash or BSOD with a VIDEO_TDR error randomly. Usually the computer freezes and screens go blank. I'm forced to hard reboot. On rare occasions with certain drivers it will BSOD (VIDEO_TDR_FAILURE). This can happen while just browsing the Web or anything else. It happens about once a day. Doing GPU intensive tasks speeds up the process considerably. In the event viewer, there are repeated entries for the warning: "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered." Things I've tried: - Every possible driver I can find (currently using 358.87 which also crashes). - Clean driver installs (DDU, only installing the graphics driver, etc.) - PhysX settings - "Debug Mode" in NVIDIA control panel - Changing TDR values - Turning of TDR all together - Temps are fine - Memory is fine - Probably more things I can't remember right now I have tried 2 different cards, a 560ti and a 960. Both work fine on Windows 8.1 (same hardware configuration), but when I swap hard drives and run Windows 10, they both have this TDR issue. System Specs: - XFX nForce 680i motherboard - Intel Q6600 - EVGA GeForce GTX 960 SSC - 6GB ram - Samsung EVO 850 SSD 250gb (for OS) - 2 sata HDDs - Hauppauge HVR 2250 tv tuner Has anyone found a solution to this? It seems like there are many many people with similar problems, I don't think this is an isolated issue. Is this an acknowledged issue by nvidia? A Windows 10 issue? Is it being worked on? Unplanned restarts tend not to be enjoyable.