U usasma Well-known member Joined Feb 20, 2012 Posts 2,126 Feb 8, 2013 #1 From this post: Windows 8 keeps BSOD when using P2P and surfing net - Page 3 Reading the link there ( [GUIDE] Nvidia Inspector GTX670/680 - disable boost / fixed clock speed / undervolting ) this brings up similarities to the problems that we saw with "Turbo" applications in the BIOS back a year or two ago. There's been an increasing discussion on the forums about rolling back drivers - and success' with this. So I'm wondering if we should start looking at underclocking (auto or otherwise) as a possible source of BSOD issues. I usually recommend disabling any "auto" overclocking utilities - maybe this should also apply to any clock altering behavior on any device? At least for troubleshooting purposes?