Hello, last night I accidentally spilled some tea on my desk, I unplugged my keyboard to clean it and my desk off. When done I plugged my keyboard back into my computer, and then my computer froze. I then realized some of the tea had dripped into the top fan of my case. I immediately unplugged my computer and took out my GPU which seemed to have the most tea on it. I cleaned it off and then cleaned out the rest of my hardware (which really only my GPU and PSU seemed to have gotten wet.) I then let my computer sit open over night to evaporate any leftover liquid...
Once I woke up I tried to turn it on, my fans and LED turn on, but I get no signal. Also, my mouse/keyboard lights never turn on, which concludes that my computer isn't booting at all...
To diagnose what was wrong I borrowed my mom's computer and put my GPU in it, and it worked just fine. I then put my PSU in her computer and it also worked fine. Finally I then put my hard drive in her computer and it too works just fine. The issue is her motherboard is incompatible with my RAM and CPU so I can't test them...
So to sum it up I need to know if I can find a way to figure out if it is my CPU, motherboard, or RAM that isn't working, as I have ruled out everything else.
So far I am leaning toward my motherboard being the problem considering my computer froze initially when I had plugged my keyboard back into it, but I'm not really sure.
My specs are:
AMD Phenom II x4 960T
ATI Radeon HD 6850
G.SKILL Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL
Raidmax RX-530SS 530W