Nvidia driver crash when starting X with 355.11

I’m running a GTX 690 on Fedora 22. I installed the latest nvidia drivers (355.11) yesterday and was able to run with them all day with no problem. However, when I turned on my computer this morning, I got to the login screen and, once I put in my password, the screen just seemed to lock up.

I took a look at the X log and it says that the “EVO push buffer channel allocation failed”. I tried restarting several times but I get the same error every time. Could this mean the video card is failing?

I haven’t tried downgrading the drivers yet. I though I’d post here first before I do that. I’ve attached the nvidia bug report.
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (361 KB)