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I had just built this system for the BF3 release and other DX11 games I currently have. Also to be able to use 3D without a slowdown. I installed the 285.38 drivers just as soon as I got the machine operational. With BF3, I showed no problems with the drivers but Crysis became unplayable. At first I thought it was my Memory and I spent 2 weeks trying to rectify the problem to no avail. Having tried every thing I could think of, I un-installed the drivers and went back to the 280.26 drivers. I am still running them now. I have had NO more BSODs since dropping back to the old drivers. I, of course, can no longer play BF3 or Rage due to the old drivers but would rather not BSOD a new system to death with the new BETA drivers. I'm just hoping that a new, stable driver will be released along with BF3 come the 25th.

And OH YES it IS the drivers...I've put them back on and off to see if my problems would return and go away with the drivers and it does.
I think new WHQL drivers are coming out Monday.
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I had just built this system for the BF3 release and other DX11 games I currently have. Also to be able to use 3D without a slowdown. I installed the 285.38 drivers just as soon as I got the machine operational. With BF3, I showed no problems with the drivers but Crysis became unplayable. At first I thought it was my Memory and I spent 2 weeks trying to rectify the problem to no avail. Having tried every thing I could think of, I un-installed the drivers and went back to the 280.26 drivers. I am still running them now. I have had NO more BSODs since dropping back to the old drivers. I, of course, can no longer play BF3 or Rage due to the old drivers but would rather not BSOD a new system to death with the new BETA drivers. I'm just hoping that a new, stable driver will be released along with BF3 come the 25th.

And OH YES it IS the drivers...I've put them back on and off to see if my problems would return and go away with the drivers and it does.
weird....

since i have almost the same system... but no issue...

one sec....

i think everyone who has had issues has had a 5xx range card...

maybe there is a glitch relating to those card?
post #73 of 75
New WHQL drivers being released tomorroo, so this is all mute now anyway
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had one BSOD while playing the beta but that's about it
    
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I loaded it for RAGE. Only had one BSOD in 14 hours of play.
But had not had a BSOD in over a year prior to that.
First and last time I run beta drivers (make me nervous)
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