Nvidia has launched a hotfix for its newest driver, which ostensibly fixes a ‘DCP Watchdog Violation error’ for last-gen graphics playing cards, however there’s additionally an excellent likelihood in the event you’re experiencing random display flashing or the dreaded blue display of dying the brand new GeForce GPU software program might repair that.
The most recent full Nvidia driver, model 466.63, solely went stay a couple of days in the past in the beginning of June, however the brand new 466.74 hotfix can already be downloaded from Nvidia itself. Although it is price noting that, in the event you do go Googling to attempt to discover it, a seek for the most recent Nvidia drivers will nonetheless let you know to obtain the 466.63 model this hotfix is heatsolving.
GeForce Hotfix show driver model 466.74 relies on our newest Recreation Prepared Driver 466.63.
The hotfix addresses the next situation:
[Kepler/Turing]:DCP WATCHDOG VIOLATION error could happen on some methods with GeForce GTX 600/700/16 and GeForce RTX 20 collection GPUs 
A submit in regards to the hotfix on r/nvidia has a consumer questioning whether or not the brand new driver would have any impact on some BSODs they’d been encountering which cited nvlddmkm.sys as a problem, and an Nvidia discussion board rep confirmed that it ought to have the ability to handle that drawback too.
The hotfix may be downloaded instantly by way of the hyperlinks beneath.
You can obtain the proper model of the hotfix driver from these hyperlinks, nevertheless it’s price stating that you need to actually solely be downloading this replace in the event you’re experiencing issues together with your Nvidia-based setup. If all is golden with the 466.63 driver then you definitely may as nicely stick to that slightly than threat a pointless replace.