Originally Posted by Mahigan
TDRs and random system crashes on Windows 10. Reverting back to Windows 7 fixes the issues.
Nvidia responded with:
We are aware of the reports of TDRs and System crashes occurring with some peoples systems, and I have a bug tracking these here already.
What would help us in isolating these issues is the following: 1) Submit Feedback via GFE - in the text field put "Reddit Win10 crash" 2) In your feedback submission, a brief summary of what you did to get the crash, i.e. game or application being used and the result. (TDR/Crash/Reboot/hardlock) 3) Dump files for TDRs and crashes, info on how to collect these is here: http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3335
either upload to a google drive and link to me or PM me for my direct email address
If you have any questions, im more responsive on our forum PMs since i get notifications on those. You can PM me on our GeForce forums here: https://forums.geforce.com/member/1860031/
So yeah, it's a known issue. Newer driver builds have fixed many peoples systems but there are still those having issues.
So suddenly a few systems (quoting your own source) is a wide spread issue? Also, reading your source, looks like it ended up being general system stability issues. As Nvidia collected data on it.
You, of all people, should know that the very source you posted doesn't back the statement that Nvidia drivers are crap as a whole. Also, of note, is the fact that Windows 7 users were in the tread with the same problem. So, obviously, it isn't unique to Windows 10.
Originally Posted by DNMock
The fact that this alone doesn't seem to qualify as garbage drivers to you is astounding.
Well, if blowing up GPUs is the factor that says bad...
Count AMD in. As they both have done it over the years....
For both of you; It has been said many times that AMD and Nvidia both could do better on their drivers, but the level people are reacting at is just silly.