First, make sure you have the latest drivers from NVidia's website (and Intel's, just in case).
If that doesn't work, contact NVidia and get them more information so they can fix the drivers.
If you check that user's Profile, you'll discover it is not actually nVidia per se
Age: 7 ¾
Favourite activity: Playing computer games
Spots: In abundance
Ambition: To have a clue
For what it’s worth, I have most of the CC apps installed on an MSI GT70 ONE with GTX680M — driver 126.96.36.1994 dated 8/28/2012 and using Windows 8, and while I have not used them all on that laptop, the ones I have appear to be working faultlessly.
That was an nvidia user, without any idea what they were talking about.
If you're on Windows 8, the flickering can be solved by updating the video card drivers or setting Photoshop's GPU usage to Basic.
So, you need to install the latest drivers from NVidia and Intel's websites.
If it continues to crash with the NVidia GPU selected, then you probably need to contact NVidia for additional help.