He said he doesn’t know jack Scheibenkleister about OCing and PCs in general. You’re advice is potentially dangerous.
@d8thstar , the answer too your question is: Yes. The automatic OC of the Aorus board isn’t stable, which is logically sufficient because the system is stable when it’s is turned off.
It is the board though, not PP specifically: An overclock can be unstable with too much stress in general. The Aorus seems to be overclocking too sharply.
You may have to take a less aggressive setting, if such exist, or learn how to overclock manually. One of these two choices.