Hello there! Obviously, the problem is outdated and no longer relevant, but I would like to bring this matter to the end. As the title of the topic says, there is some kind of problem with the driver. In 2015, I was faced with the fact that after updating to the new driver 350.05 at that time, absolutely all games started to crash after 1-2 minutes of gameplay. So I solved it by simply rolling back to the previous version of the 347.88 driver and stayed on it until buying a new GTX 770, and then GTX 970, which I remain with to this day. Since then, I forgot about the problem, just putting the graphics card in the closet. But now, in an era when every graphics card is a value, I would like to finally deal with this problem so that I have a fully working graphics card in reserve. Sort of like a sporting interest. Now on to the point. After pulling the graphics card out of the closet, I replaced the thermal paste on it (only between the heatsink and the heat-distributing cover). The temperatures are like this: the idle temperature is 33 °C, in the most difficult scenes in games it reaches 75 °C, FurMark warms it up to 84 °C. Everything is within the normal range, I think. Since I couldn't immediately remember which latest driver was stable before the broken one, I had to go through quite a few different drivers, including the latest one for my graphics card, so I made a table with testing data. Perhaps this will be useful. As can be seen from the table, the last adequately working driver is 347.88. When I discovered this, I remembered that this driver was exactly the one that worked 7 years ago. It was released on 17/03/2015, exactly a month before the super popular title GTA 5, which may lead to conspiracy theories that NVIDIA specifically kills old cards with new drivers. I won't say if it's true or not, but in my case it seems to be true, haha. At some point, I discovered that if one game works, then all the others work, and vice versa, if one does not work, then all the others do not work either. The exception is Battlefield 4, it does not work properly on any driver. It only works if you either manually lower the GPU frequencies from 810 MHz to 405 MHz, or the frequencies themselves will drop after the crash (the graphics card does not switch from power-saving mode to performance mode). I didn’t manually set the frequency, I just limited the frame rate to 10 frames per second so that the graphics card worked in power-saving mode, and the crash occurs if the frame rate is raised to 15 and the card goes into performance mode. I tried to manually lower the GPU frequency to 770 and 700 MHz, the video memory frequency and voltage, but it didn't help, apparently, there is some problem in the transition between power-saving mode and perfromance mode. Temperatures, of course, do not affect anything, so it's not about them clearly. I reflected this behavior for the 340.52 driver, but the behavior pattern for BF4 is the same on any other driver. Battlefield 4 always crashes with this error and this is the only game that crashes with some error. The FurMark test is passed on both stable and unstable drivers, but after the first crash of BF4 it does not start and crashes with this error. Does anyone have any idea how to deal with this? Or do you need some other information? I could write somewhere else to NVIDIA, but I would not hope that "they will fix it in the next driver" because the final driver for GTX 560 was 391.35, which was released on 27/03/2018.