My specs :
lenovo z410 (unlocked BIOS)
gigabyte windforce 1070 8gb
exp gdc 8 ( PTD : 7ms )
hotplug : enabled
nvidia driver version : 375.76 (Tried latest didnt work code 43 error)
Okay so basically everything works i played Mass Effect Andromeda in 50 fps in HIGH ( tried ULTRA didnt see any difference pci gen2 bottleneck ?). Now playing Rise of the Tomb Raider on dx 12 high setting i can play it for a short time and it crashes with no error , i even lose the card driver and have to reload ( uninstall and install) it again in device manager . so i dialed down the settings to dx 11 and tried i could comparatively play longer and it crashes with an error msg which you can see below .
UPDATE : Solved by excluding the game installation directory in Windows Defender Settings . Update 2 : Sorry the Windows Defender thingy did not solved it . My gpu was running higher clock speeds than it should be, like 1911 mhz (clock) so i used msi afterburner to downclock it to 1683 mhz ( -180 mhz ) and 3544 mhz ( -259 mhz) and ran furmark stress test for 30 mins and i got no crashes. I will update if this is very stable. NOTE : msi afterburner shows half the memory clock speed. gpu spec in website shows 8000 mhz and msi afterburner shows 4000 mhz.
Read this post , it has the answer to my specific problem.
I read that post but I'm not exactly sure what you did? Did you buy a new power supply or did you wrap your gpu / cables in tin foil or disable LED lights?
I'm having the same problem, I tried underclocking my gpu and it did last longer in game but eventually crashed. I have 1080ti ftw3
If you're over clocking your GPU, revert back to stock settings.
Reference on this website if you still encounter the issue