Overclock seems stable except for one thing...

Hey all, my specs are:

My specs are 4790k, GA-Z97X-UD3H and a HX750 PSU.
OC consisted of:
Clock freq - 102.13
Clock Ratio - 47 (For a total of 4.8ghz)
Vcore - 1.36
CPU Vrin - 2.2
CPU Ring - 1.13
And ram was adjusted and stable to make up for freq changes.

So this overclock is stable on benchmarks and prime95.

However when I shutdown my computer for the night and start it back up it will run fine for a little while then shut down. It will restart a few times (does not post) then it give me a boot error and ask me to enter bios to change settings. I then enter bios, leave my settings the same, shut down then boot and my computer will be fine as long as I don't restart it.

Any idea what could be causing it? Are any of my settings "dangerous"?

Thanks in advanced.
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  1. It means the OC is not stable regardless of testing.
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  2. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    It means the OC is not stable regardless of testing.

    Hence the title :P

    Like I said, it's stable on benchmarks and prime95. I included that line because I thought it might be a help people looking at this to come up with ideas, not because it is actually stable.
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