What do you mean by "leaking electricity"? This is not even a thing. Cases don't HAVE electricity so they can't leak electricity. If you mean you were getting shocked when you'd touch the case, then something was shorted to ground. Motherboard or cable or mini board that controls the front panel connections, SOMETHING had to be shorted directly to the case to some degree for there to be any current or "shock" (Or what I guess you are calling "leaking electricity") present. Cases are only there to provide a place for hardware to be mounted and to protect hardware from dangers like hands, spills or touching something inside while carrying a static charge from the carpet, etc. and to provide a way for there to be the possibility of a pressure differential for the purpose of various cooling configurations so that airflow can be used to more efficiently move heat away from components.
Cases don't have current running through them, they are not there to provide ground for anything (Fully functional system will run just fine with no case sitting on top of a cardboard box) and they should never shock, zap, buzz or in any other way show signs of being charged. If they do, you have some OTHER problem.
Additionally, you have a garbage power supply. I deal with this subject all the time. On a daily basis. I am at least moderately highly informed on what models and brands out there are worth consideration and which ones are not, as I very frequently read every available professional review that gets posted on the various tech sites or Youtube, IF they are reviews by anybody worth looking at, and in 35 years of doing this and working on systems in general I have never once heard of "Serioux Solas" mentioned in any review and if no reviews of a companies product exist from a professional reviewer, chances are 99.9999% likely that they suck.
More importantly, JonnyGuru who is Jon Gerow, head of engineering and development for Corsair in their power supply division, SAYS specifically that that company is pure garbage so even if we couldn't already surmise that, which we can, this should be all the confirmation anybody would need to absolutely know it was true.
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Get a real power supply. You aren't "saving money" or doing yourself any favors by buying cheap or low quality power supplies.
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