Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered. but i have to hard reset

Hi does anyone have any surgetions as tp why in BF4 and only while i have pushed the ESC button to pause the game i sometimes get this mesage....Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered...btw i only know this has happened becaurse cos i have to hard rest my pc...as the scren goes black with a big mouse arrow in the middle of this screen and i cant alt tab out or bring up task manager or do anything...i have to hard rest and i see that the display driver had crashed becaurse i look in event log on a reboot....also last night i had this message while playing BF4 (DirectX Error
DirectX function "GetDeviceRemovedReason" failed with DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG("The application's device failed due to
badly formed commands sent by the application.This is an design-time issue that should be investigated and fixed.").GPU:
"NVIDIA GeForeceGtx 660 )
my computer is brand new with a i7-4770 cpu it is over clocked to 4.4ghz...and is stabe in everyother game and i have never had a BSOD with my over clock...i have 2 new asus direct2 oc gtx660 and a seasonic 750 80 PLUS GOLD PSU...my cards are sometimes over clocked with asus gpu tweak and only to the gaming profile asus has made in there...i have not made my own overclock with them....one card i have notied runs at 72C when playing bf4 is this to hot?....also both my cards are asus gtx 660 direct 2 oc...but one is much longer than the other which i find is stange here is the link to one of them https://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/GTX660DC2OCPH2GD5/ this is the short card..and here is a link to the much longer card...both have the same specs and are called gtx 660 direct 2 oc...here is the link to the longer card with a bigger longer heatsink http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/GTX660DC2O2GD5/...th... differnce is also with the model numbers one is called (GTX660-DC2OCPH-2GD5) thats the shorter card..and this is the bigger cards model mumber (GTX660-DC2O-2GD5)....any help would be much appreciated
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