Try rolling back to a previous version of drivers and see if that fixes it. If that doesn't fix it, just for good measure, run driversweeper, uninstall the videocards drivers. Then, if you have your card overclocked, reset it to factory settings. Then re-install the latest drivers. If that still doesn't fix it, you might have a bad GPU.
Odds are then is that I have a bad GPU. I did EVERYTHING you stated before I made this thread and still no luck. I just keep getting a message in windows saying my drivers failed, but recovered.