Question New Ram - No Display

Jan 14, 2021
So I've recently bought a new pair of RAM (2x8 Ripjaws) to add to the ones I currently have so I could have 32 gbs of RAM in total. At first, it worked just fine, I checked the system in control panel and I had 32 gbs of RAM like it was supposed to. I tipped my pc upwards and the pc shut off. Now every time I boot up the pc, I see a loading screen but then it turns off. My monitors show that no signal has been located, furthermore, my keyboard and mouse lights turn off as well. I've checked the RAM and all the sticks work fine, I also checked to see if any RAM slots were damaged. I interchanged positions with 2 RAM sticks and it worked every time (Old and New). But every single time I add all 4 RAM sticks it never gets past the loading screen. While it loads, I can pull up the BIOS screen and it says that all 4 sticks are inserted but then when it boots there's no display. I've reset the CMOS to see if that could help but nothing changed. I can still run my pc with 16 gbs of RAM but it won't accept the other 2 sticks anymore. The RAM sticks I have are the exact same models so they should be able to run together with no problem. At this point, I'm stuck on what to do now...I'm thinking about just returning the new pair of RAM and just upgrading something else to my pc.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600
RAM: GSKILL 16GB (2x8GB) Ripjaws V Series (3200 MHz)
GPU: GeForce GTX 1660