This is an NVidia problem, but there is not much known about it.
If you have anything overclocked, set it back to default.
Un-install and re-install your driver.
Use Driver Sweeper in safe mode to remove the driver, reboot and install the new one.
You may want to try an older driver, one that is known to be good. Guru3D - Driver Sweeper (Setup) download from Guru3D.com
There are a few cases of this error creeping in now, but as i said, not much is known about it.
You may have to wait for NVidia to get their act together.
Try another driver and post your results, i don't hold out much hope, but good luck anyway.