I doubt it was damaged by static. I mean EMS is def. real, I just have never seen it actually break anything.
The shop where I work, we literally walk around with our shoes off to get a nice big static charge, and let it go on old/spare/throw away computers to see if we can make them unusable.
Most times the computer just turns off, and requires the PSU to be unplugged for a few seconds, and all of them have turned back on and worked (for the most part).
Anyway if the computer does not POST, then it is either your PSU/Mobo/Graphics adapter.
If I had to guess, I’d say it is less likely your PSU, more likely your Motherboard, and most Likely your graphics adapter (motherboard if it is intergrated).
The PSU could be broken, most will either loose a rail (most commonly 12v) or just stop working. Since the fans spins it is atleast doing something.
Your motherboard is very likely the problem, however if your motherboard BEEPs when you remove the RAM, it is trying to complete the POST (power on self test)
Which leads me directly to your graphics adapter as most likely the problem.
The first thing to always do is make sure nothing is loose, not only the internal connectors, but also monitor cables, power cables, etc.