Windows 10 hangs After Post - Almost Like I Doesn't know Where or What to Start Next Err 66 & 69

My computer hangs after display of the second Republic of Gaming Logo with no cursor. It is almost as if it doesn't know to start the OS on drive 0, Partition 4. In fact, I was able to completely reinstall the OS on new hard drive, but after the OS reboots it goes back to not knowing to start the OS on drive 0, Partion 4.

Windows 10 x64
Motherboard: ASUS ROG Crosshairs V Formula Z
GPU: ASUS GeForce 980-Ti
Memory: 32 GB 4x8 GB Corsair Vengence Pro DDR3 2400MHz 1.65v
Network Card :PCE-AC68 Asus
HD: Samsung Pro SS 250GB
HD: 1TB Western Digital
Power Supply: 850 Corsair HX

Troubleshooting Performed:
1. Round Robined the RAM
2. Tried RAM Individually
3. Upgraded BIOS build 2201
4. Removed HDs and tried each Individually
5. Swapped Power and SATA cables & reset cable connection almost everywhere
6. Replaced CMOS Battery and Reinstalled BIOS
7. Formatted Drives and Partions
8. Reinstalled OS but on Reboot Returned To Same State
9. Confirmed BIOS Sees the right partition and it is in correct boot order

After reinstalling the OS, and video driver, I went to reboot and noticed Error 69 in the display. The machine reboots and went right back to hanging after Post with no cursor. When I used BIOS to force running the Windows Partion 2 with boot selector it displayed no OS.

Any ideas on what to do next?
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  1. Memory: 32 GB

    What is the part number of the memory?
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  2. CMY16GX3M2A2400C11R is the RAM part #
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  3. 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 DRAM 2400MHz

    Problems here:
    1) multiple kits of memory
    2) 2400MHz not a supported speed for AMD FX CPU.
    3) memory is listed as compatible with Intel 4th Generation Core Processors.

    Corsair Memory guarantees the rated speeds of any memory to be obtainable only in the kit it is sold in. If you are adding an additional set of memory, the rated timings may not work due to the extra stress on the memory controller. Therefore, you will need to relax the timings and/or frequencies in order to get two sets of memory to work. Another option you may need to do is increase the dram voltages or reducing the CPU multiplier.

    AMD FX CPU support:
    1866MHz memory with one DIMM per channel
    1600MHz with two DIMMs per channel
    higher frequencies require an overclocked system.

    Although the memory is programed to run at 1333MHz when installed, multiple kits are not guaranteed to work together.
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