-you have desktop or laptop?
-updated your drivers?
-have you tried to go to NVIDIA Control Panel --> Manage 3D Settings --> Global Settings, and switch "Power Management Mode" to "Prefer Maximum Performance
-try to go to windows power settings and change the PCIE > Link State power management to OFF.
-if you got desktop try to remove the card and clean the PCIE slot and clean the card from dust.
there are many reasons for this kind of crash, and one of them is the volts of the GPU is unstable.