Hello, I am in the middle of building a computer and I my case is on my carpet and I inserted my motherboard in it. I had no idea I needed to put the standoffs in my case so I installed it without them, but I recently installed the standoffs. I have been touching my case every time I handle it to get rid of static, however my PSU has not been plugged in. Do i need to plug it in because I heard you shouldn't? Not at one point has my motherboard touched the carpet or any of my components. ( I have my HDD, SSD and motherboard in my case). I am just worried when I install everything and turn on my PC my motherboard will be damaged by static. Is there any way to tell if its damaged by static? Does anyone think that it could be damaged by static because I heard it is ok to build on carpet as long as none of the components are touching the carpet. Can I send it back and receive a new one if it is damaged and would they be able to tell if it is damaged by static? Also, my PSU's fan does not turn on when I plug it into the motherboard. Thanks in advance.