Carpets tend to build up and transfer static energy- which is the last thing you want your PC to intake since the electrostatic discharge can damage your components.
The best placement for your PC is on a desk. It will ensure the proper airflow intake and will keep it safe from static energy.
As time passes, the dust will start to settle in the fan’s filter. This will make the fan work harder to draw more air and more current from the power supply.
The most common way people keep themselves grounded when handling electronics is by touching the computer case or the plugged-in power supply.
It’s a safe practice to turn off the power supply while keeping it plugged in. Doing this will keep it completely grounded.
Building a PC is easier said than done. It requires several steps and parts. So, don't rush! Wait for your PC part's arrival.