Not the game.
What you have is call 'infant mortality'.
I recently bought a new computer with Windows 10 on it. I had it less than 24 hrs when I got the BSOD. I was in the middle of installing GTA 5 (store bought, legit copy) when it happened. I was only able to even get it to go the my main Windows page 1 after that. Every other time it wouldn't even get that far. Safe mode even failed. I sent it back to iBuypower (where I bought it), They replaced the CPU, RAM, and finally the SSD drive reinstalling Windows. After each step, they tried it and still got the BSOD until replacing the SSD and Windows stopped it. My question is, can a game like that do all of that, or could it have been, more than likely, a faulty SSD or Windows? I get it back on Friday and want to know if it is safe to put GTA on it. I know the game it fine as I have had it on my current computer for about a year and it runs fine. I am new to Windows 10.
I am also aware that Rockstar says they do not support Windows 10, however, virtually all of the people I have spoken too who play, all have Windows 10. I also have never heard of it completely wrecking a computer. When there have been problems they are game crashings and infinite loading loops. If anyone needs event logs, I do have them.
Please help. As silly as it sounds, that game is pretty important to me.