Since the release of Windows 10 and the first 'Windows 10 Nvidia Drivers' (353.62), I've had huge stuttering issues on several games (Battlefield.
Updated ** CLEAN GRAPHICS DRIVER INSTALLATION** A major issue on many systems is the presence of multiple graphics card drivers or drivers that have been incompletely uninstalled followed by the installation of newer drivers that can result in rogue registry entries and other issues. Intel R Active Management Technology Sol Driver Windows 10. Many users upgrading from older cards or integrated graphics that use older driver versions by the same OEM, meaning Nvidia or AMD based, often assume it will be a bang, bang process.
Sometimes it is if they've kept up with keeping the drivers current but more often it is not. With the introduction of Windows 10, it almost always is not and the problem of driver compatibility has increased dramatically as the Windows supplied driver versions are often problematic and the issues with conflicting driver versions seems to be a much more prevalent issue than with previous Windows versions.
It's also often not enough to simply install the drivers that came on disk with the graphics card or to just find and download current drivers. In many cases the system has seen repeated driver updates, partial or damaged driver installations or the installation of multiple architectures/generations in addition to a variety of different 'tweaking' utilities, all of which may have left behind varying levels of registry entries and system file versions that are likely to cause complications with the installation or implementation of new drivers. This can have a wide variety of results including no problems at all, refusal of the new drivers to even install or anything in between as well as driver and resource conflicts and poor performance. It's imperative that you start with a clean slate by removing ALL previous graphics drivers for that architecture or platform that might interfere with the transition to the new drivers.