Hi & welcome to Fishlore! I am sorry to tell you there is no such thing IMO as no rinse sand. Only some sands that don't require quite as much rinsing.
We have sand in a 55gal, 38gal, & now a 180gal. Lots of different brands - unfortunately as our water bill indicates - they all required lots of rinsing. I realize this doesn't help you now - hopefully it will settle soon.
You will need to be careful when adding water for water changes. Either pour your water unto a large rock, piece of driftwood or place a bowl in your tank - pour the water & remove.
You could try removing your cycle fish for a bit, stirring the sand up well, and immediately siphoning the cloudy water off.
Not washing sand or gravel is like a shortcut that adds hours to your trip-------rick
Dry sand requires waaaay more rinsing than live sand. It took me over 4 hours to rinse 80 pounds of Caribsea seaflor special grade dry sand which isn't even a fine sand and after that it still took 3-4 days for the water to clear up.
Just keep your flow high and use a filter sock or other mechanical media and rinse it often. It will clear on its own.
I also suggest getting at least a small piece of cured live rock, the quick start and other bacterial additives aren't enough to seed your tank in my opinion. They don't contain nearly the quantity or diversity of bacteria colonies you'll get from good live rock.