Nvidia’s GTX 680 is currently the fastest graphics card on the planet that annihilates all the competition it has been put against but it has its own share of problem arising better described as the “Red screen of death” causing a great uproar among the consumers.
Apparently it has been blamed on specific versions of AIDA 64 and GPU-Z.As per details, AIDA developers had explained over at the official forum, when their own tool tries to read the GTX 680’s BIOS, it leads to an error that causes a red screen to show up on your respective screens.Earlier cards than the Kepler based GTX 680 had special GPU register where all such details had been stored now were stored on a flash memory chip as the register had now ceased to exist. Therefore, AIDA64 and other softwares that attempt to adapt the above practice will cause the graphics card driver to crash and show the dreaded red screen.
For those who are using a GTX 680 and have experienced this similar situation should download this build of AIDA64 as there haven’t been any reported problems with it.
Source:Nvidia's GTX 680 Red Screen Of Death Issue Arises