I have just reinstalled the v361.43 WHQL driver over the top of the v359.06 WHQL one and can confirm that with 3D Settings > Manage 3D Profiles > Global Profiles > Anti-aliasing - Gamma correction set to ON that I no longer experience BSODs related to SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (nvlddmkm.sys) when doing the following: 1. Loading Legend of Eisenwald 2. Loading Pillars of Eternity 3. Changing the Anti-aliasing setting in Kerbal Space Program from 2X to 8X and hitting Apply. 4. Clicking on NVIDIA Control Panel > 3D Settings > Adjust image settings with preview Previously, with that Gamma correction setting set to OFF I would get a 100% repeatable BSOD when doing any of those things. I have not retested to see if I still get the BSODs now by turning off the setting as I've had so much BSODs of late with the previous install of this driver that I am concerned that one more could corrupt something, granted I was taking a huge risk reinstalling it and retesting it in the first place. However, I was 99% sure that Gamma correction set to OFF was the cause, following Wagnard's confirmation earlier, that I absolutely had to try it. Thankfully, it paid off. If anyone else wants to replicate this error on their system then just try changing the AA - Gamma correction setting to OFF as detailed in the opening paragraph. It is supposed to be on by default anyway so that may explain why so few people have had the same issues as me if they never change that setting.