Hello all! I PRAY someone can help as Ive seen similar issues mentioned but no solution, I am also Not the most knowledgeable with RAM & Overclocking (not at all) so I am very lost & very sad as I saved my disability pension money for many months to get this ram & I made sure it was the correct type. I had to wait 3 months for my new Ram kit to arrive (G.Skill F4-4000C18Q-32GTZR) its a 32GB kit which is 4x 8G sticks, I spent Months researching, asking sellers, distributors etc trying to find a Ram kit faster than what I already had (I had 32GB 2133Mhz) so I ended up being pointed towards the G.Skill F4-4000C18Q-32GTZR as my motherboard doesnt support many 4000Mhz kits that have RGB, this was the only one I could even find, G.Skills wesite has my motherboard on this Rams QVL list, claiming it has been tested & will work fine at 4000Mhz CL18-19-19-39 with the XMP profile, My Motherboard is a "Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro" & I have an Intel i9 9900K CPU as well. My PC will boot up & run fine with this new ram at stock settings, but, if I enable the XMP Profile 1 (the WHOLE point in Ram like this) my PC wont boot & shows an error on screen "Boot failure detected" with some numbers that say "Current CPU speed: 4700.99Mhz, Current BCLK: 99.97Mhz, Current Memory Speed: 2132.82Mhz" & also says "The system has experienced a boot failure possibly due to incorrect configuration. Previous settings in BIOS may not be compatible. with current hardware state" I have tried to download all newer updated versions of the BIOS & installed it as well, as I read other peoples XMP stopped working when they updated their BIOS, so I thought a new BIOS version may work, it didnt! Maybe I need an older BIOS version like those people did? Idk how to install an older BIOS version tho, is it the same as installing to a new version but I would just put an old BIOS version on the USB stick instead? I also have 2x Gigabyte Aourus 1080ti's in SLI, could that effect this XMP maybe? PLEASE help as this is killing me.