One morning, I used my PC normally for like an hour or two, and then I shut it down for around 10 hours. And on the same day, I pressed the power button. The fans were spinning, RGBs were turning on, but no display output and the red light of death showed up on my motherboard. I looked up what a red light on my motherboard meant on Google. And it says that it could be internal hardware is either plugged in incorrectly or not working. So I replugged everything I could; RAM, CPU, Storage drives, PSU cables, GPU, CPU cooler, and even the CMOS battery because I heard it could help with red light issues by resetting the BIOS. I even checked the monitor and the HDMI cable and it seemed to not be the problem. I am now really stuck because I don't know if it's a component that has gone bad or if something is just not plugged incorrectly. And I cannot troubleshoot each component because I don't have extra DDR3 sticks or a 4th gen Haswell motherboard lying around. Is there anything else I can do or check at this point?