I ran MemTest86, which obviously gave me over 18k errors before aborting itself. I then tried running only 1 stick, my system didn't post. I swapped the modules and it worked like a charm, 1 of my RAM modules is faulty.
To fix a similar issue do the following:
1. Run Windows Memory Diagnostic
2. Run MemTest86 (Download it onto a USB and boot from the USB, tutorial on their website)
3. Diagnose which module it is.
4. Run your system with 1 module installed and run the tests again. Do this again for the other module.
5. RMA your RAM if it is faulty, check your retailers website for warranty returns or the manufacturers website.