Jason, you ran for 23 hours, right?
There's no need to get OCD about running tests. Just leave it as it is and call it a day. I doubt you'll find any normal program that will crash. Go ahead and try to play some games on it and see how it works. If you keep trying to prime, you're going to eventually suffer from "Break-in"/"Degradation."
I wouldn't keep that as a 24/7 speed, though. Someone who had been folding about 2 months at 5 ghz, 24/7 (water cooled; temps were not a problem) said that after 2 months, his CPU stopped being stable above 4.6 ghz.
my 2600K is having trouble even folding stable above 4.6 now. A few months of folding at 5 and 1.52v seems to have taken its toll. On water here so temps shouldn't be a problem. But hey I knew the risks. I regret nothing! lol
If you keep running tests, you will find that eventually the CPU won't pass anymore and you'll have to raise the vcore. It's called "break-in"; I'll refrain from calling it degradation because some CPU's will lose their absolute maximum clocks/absolute minimum required vcores right on the very first run, even at very low voltages. C_N's 2500k, for example, booted into windows on the very first run at 1.29v @ 5 ghz, then on the very next boot, it BSOD and needed 1.31v to make it in. Then about an hour later, 1.33v. Eventually it settled on 1.35v and was stable from there (yes, it was a godly 2500k).
Basically the difference between break-in and degradation is, breakin is when the cpu will need a small bump in vcore, from its max clocks (at a certain vcore) when brand new, and it won't matter what the vcore is or what the clocks are....it can happen at 4.5 ghz and 1.25v. These CPU's eventually settle and will stop needing more vcore. Degradation is when you run at high loads/high vcores for a long time, and then are no longer stable. Yes, I know, they are the same thing basically, but one is pretty much unavoidable while the other is avoidable.
Ok, for the TL;DR version, just set a profile for the high end gaming settings, set a second one for 0.025v less with Hyperthreading off, and call it a day. And just keep your CPU around 4.5 ghz and 1.25v (load vcore) for 24/7 and you'll be fine.