Originally Posted by N2K12
exaxtly. Its just people pushing their cards to hard, and blaming drivers
This is completely false. I am using a reference Galaxy GTX780 at stock clocks and running no overclocks, but the 320.18 has caused me nothing but grief. LoL crashes as soon as Howling Abyss loads for me. Skyrim randomly causes my computer to BSOD and reboot. When I am watching Netflix, the graphics driver will intermittently stop responding or something strange happens that causes my sound to go out. Downgrading to Gigabytes 320.14 drivers seemed to have made the BSOD issues go away, but I am still having graphics stability issues. I also know this is NOT an issue with my card, because I actually exchanged my first GTX 780 with Newegg and the issue still happens. Going back to 314 drivers on my GTX 580, I have no reboots or any sort of driver issues.
Just because you and a few others are lucky enough not to have issues does not mean these very real problems do not exist. To claim that all of us are just pushing our cards too hard and blaming drivers is just flat out insulting.
PS: Oh yea... I have also noticed graphical artifacting and other anomalies when watching videos now. Happens intermittently and not very often, but again... behavior that does not exist using older drivers with my GTX 580.Edited by OC'ing Noob - 6/15/13 at 8:02pm