Question My monitors are not getting a signal, after taking out, and reinstalling RAM

Sep 24, 2021
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So in an attempt to increase performance of my PC, I read that putting RAM in slot 2 and 4 would yield a better OC than 1 and 3, and I wanted to change the slots. So after grounding myself and turning off power, I pulled out the RAM and plugged it back in, but now my monitors tells me "no signal", and I fear that I may have destroyed my RAM.
 
So in an attempt to increase performance of my PC, I read that putting RAM in slot 2 and 4 would yield a better OC than 1 and 3, and I wanted to change the slots. So after grounding myself and turning off power, I pulled out the RAM and plugged it back in, but now my monitors tells me "no signal", and I fear that I may have destroyed my RAM.
full specs?
 
Sep 24, 2021
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full specs?
MB - AsRock Z370 Pro4
CPU - Intel I5-8600
GPU - GIGABYTE radeon rx vega 56
RAM - G.skill Aegis 2x8Gb can't remember speed, but somewhere between 2166MHz and 3000MHz
PSU - ThermalTake Smart RGB 700W
SSD - 1x 256 GB Kingston SSD
1x 512 GB kingston SSD
Case - Corsair 4000x iCUE

Monitors - MSI mag271c and Samsung c27f581fdu

Cables are not faulty as they work on other PC's
 
MB - AsRock Z370 Pro4
CPU - Intel I5-8600
GPU - GIGABYTE radeon rx vega 56
RAM - G.skill Aegis 2x8Gb can't remember speed, but somewhere between 2166MHz and 3000MHz
PSU - ThermalTake Smart RGB 700W
SSD - 1x 256 GB Kingston SSD
1x 512 GB kingston SSD
Case - Corsair 4000x iCUE

Monitors - MSI mag271c and Samsung c27f581fdu

Cables are not faulty as they work on other PC's
so it wont work in 1 and 3 if you put it back?
 

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