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Z390 Master - Bios XMP

Hello all,
I'm new here and glad to talk with you all.
I'm sorry if I make post in wrong section if so please moderators to move it to correct way.

I have a problem here, I buy this stuff and build pc:
- Intel I7-9700K
- Z390 Master rev1
- Kingston Predator 4000Mhz 2x8
- VGA Radeon RX 5700 XT Nitro+ 8GB GDDR6
- Power Supp - 750w-Module

Okay, everything is okay I build pc install windows everything running smoothly.
But when I open task manager>Memory> I see I use 2400Mhz of RAM only.

So I read a little, updated my bios version from official website from gigabyte : now BIOS is F11C
Then I enter BIOS > and enable X.M.P ->Profile1>
And when I click it enable it shows 4000Mhz RAM, but after SAVE&EXIT , when pc reboot automatically I got message that BIOS has failed and want me to return default settings. The XMP Profile shows me Kingston 4000hz - 19-21-21-42-94

Can someone please help me, how to do this.
I read that this is overclocking I haven't made overclocking until now. And when I watch videos and played around the BIOS sometime PC loaded and showed me 4000mhz that is running, but after restart pc again bios fail and cannot start.
I have writed so much to support center in gigabyte and the reply I got from them was: "Did you check our motherboard RAM QVL is it tested with your RAM model" - and I was "Holly....they offer something has information and want me to check it for them and to reply them..but the point is that before I buy the RAM I checked the QVL list and it was supported" .. So I will not get help from this *** support center in gigabyte, I don't know why they work as support center but..
If someone can explain me how to do this, that also my CPU or VGA is not overheated or to burn out with settings in BIOS.
Thank you all for read this and to others that will assist me.
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