Ok, so I have a asrock extreme3gen3, core i5, 5 case fans, 2ssd, 2hdd, 1cdrom.
I have screwed up so many times doing this upgrade, I need some help sorting it out.
I had a 560ti which I overclocked in the (secondary) pci-e port, computer worked fine.
Then I upgraded to a 770, a 1050w power supply (and got a 27 inch monitor, QQ).
I realized I had my raid card in the primary pci-e slot (just a pci card).
Then I plugged in a pci-e supplementary power adapted into my motherboards 8pin 12v slot. I daisy chained all the fans to 1 fan power pin set on the motherboard, and hooked up all the power adapters just carelessly and wrong (probably). The only thing I don't think I did was put power into a fan output pin thing. Also, I originally hooked up the 770 in the secondary pci-e slot (not sure if it matters). I don't think I put the 12v into the pci-e slot on the graphics card, but who knows I am an idiot.
So I turn the pc on, nothing happens, I make sure the cords are snug, and then it the fans spin like 3 rotations when I turn it on and then nothing happens. Keep doing some things and tried it a few more times (I know, the worst idea).
I removed all the expansion cards.
So basically now if everything is plugged in exactly correctly according to the manuals and specification sheets, absolutely nothing happens when I press the power button on the pc or the motherboard. I tried setting the jumper to reset the c-mos with no effect.
I then tried plugging in my old power supply to the two motherboard ports (the big one and the 8pin), and still absolutely nothing happens when I press the power button on the motherboard or the case.
What parts should I start RMAing? I also have a digital power tester my brother gave me, but I am not sure how to use it.
I really hope it's just the motherboard and maybe the power supply.