And for the people saying it's "a bad overclock, bad parts, or bad ASIC". I have a 78% ASIC. I am cooling my card with a 360w tdp heatsink cooler (Raijintek Morpheus). It has 2 120mm fans. Moreover, even after I lower my overclock by 100MHz
I STILL GET CRASHES. BF4, GTA V, heck, MPC-BE, Google FREAKING Chrome. That's not a "bad overclock" that's a bad driver. Period.
BTW for anyone having issues with 350.12 and 352.86 DOWNGRADE TO 347.88!
I'm assuming some unknown issue was introduced after 347.88 that is causing widespread instability. Nvidia knows and I'm sure they've got their best and brightest on it for the next release now that they don't have to worry about rushing out drivers for games.
For those of you who play Witcher 3 and GTA V these games run fine (sometimes better with less stutter) on 347.88. Nothing special is needed, although I would recommend extracting those game profiles from 352.86 and importing them into 347.88.
Apologies if this has already been said here, I haven't been following the thread closely.