Nvidia has released a file review for your latest driver, which ostensibly fixes a "DCD Watchdog violation error" for next-generation graphics cards, but there's also a good chance if you have random screen flickers or the dreaded blue screen of death, the new GeForce software GPU could fix it.
Nvidia's latest full driver, version 466.63, was only released a few days ago in early June, but the new 466.74 revision can now be downloaded from Nvidia itself. While it’s worth noting that if you go to Google to try and find it, a search of the latest Nvidia drivers will tell you to download version 466.63 which this solution is resolving by heat.
Version 466.74 of the GeForce Hotfix screen driver is based on our latest Game Ready 466.63 driver.
The review addresses the following issue:
[Kepler / Turing]: DCP WATCHDOG VIOLATION error may occur on some systems with GeForce GTX 600/700/16 and GeForce RTX 20 GPU  
A post on activated review r / nvidia has a user asking if the new driver would have any effect on some BSODs they had encountered and citing nvlddmkm.sys as a problem, and a representative of the Nvidia forum confirmed that it should also be able to fix this problem.
The review can be downloaded directly using the links below.
You tin download the correct driver version of these links, but it's worth noting that you should really only download this update if you're having trouble with Nvidia-based configuration. If everything is golden with the 466.63 driver, you may get stuck with it instead of running an unnecessary update.