Hey everyone. I have an Alienware Aurora desktop that is about 5 months old, and my first Gcard was a Geforce GTX 555. However, it wasn't getting things done, so I decided to buy an EVGA GeForce GTX 670 FTW to replace it a fe days ago. After installing all of the new drivers and everything, I decided to test Battlefield 3 with my new card. After about 20 minutes of play, I got a Blue Screen of Death, saying something about a problem with nvlddmkm.sys. I figured it wouldn't happen again, but now everytime I play any game, after about 5-10min, the BSOD comes back, with the same message, and I have to restart the computer. I tried doing multiple things, I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Nvidia drivers, I opened up my computer and sprayed around with an air cannister to clear dust, I turned up fan speed on the graphics card, and tried cleaning with Driver Fusion. None of these have seemed to work. If anyone has had a similar issue and fixed it, please post it here. I'm desperate for a solution, as it is rendering my computer almost unplayable. Any solutions would be great. Thanks.