If you have damaged the motherboard by clearing the CMOS while the power is on then you have damaged the chip set which is not repairable, however all other components such as the CPU will be fine. The symptoms of a motherboard that have been damaged in this way are being unable to turn on the computer or the computer is on all the time but no boot in both cases.
Have you tried taking the video card out and seeing if it powers up? if it does then the motherboard is probably OK and the power supply is suspect, if not the motherboard is probably dead.
I got it to work! Clearing the cmos while the computer was on damaged the power supply instead of the motherboard! Luckily i returned the power supply and got a new one and when i plugged it in it started up. I hooked up the video card and keyboard and on the monitor it went into UEFI setup. It detected all 4 of my ram and cpu so im guessing those aren't damaged. It had a dr debug code but it think that was because i had no hard drive setup. Im getting another power supply that i am waiting to get replaced so when i get that i'll attach everything and see how it goes.