Hello. I’d been having issues with fan noise on my graphics card (RTX 3070, Alienware R10). The other day I opened up the PC case while it’s running so I can pinpoint the noise, & was back and forth trying to figure things out. Then I came over and applied some pressure to the bottom fan and top casing of the card when I pinpointed the noise, & try to get it to stop. Fixed the issue but now I’ve heard that I may have caused some static transfer during that since everything was running, and yes I was wearing socks & on a carpet back and forth checking things out.. I also used my iPhone to capture a recording of the clicking, and the phone may have come into contact with the card while getting close. Could I have potentially caused any lingering damage from this? At the time I really wasn’t worried since the card has a complete casing over it and there are no visible parts, but now I’m worried after what I came across online about static sensitivity. Hoping I haven’t damaged any other components like the PSU which I also adjusted. Didn’t touch any raw components though. Appreciate any insights.