I was messing around with a PC that wouldn’t power on whatsoever when the GPU was plugged into both the motherboard and the PSU. Specifics aren’t important here when I get to my main question. I was taking it in and out and noticed that it even powered on while the PSU wasn’t connected. However, I accidentally left it plugged into the PSU the last time I powered on the PC, and the GPU wasn’t in the PCI express socket... something made a popping noise and I smelled a burning smell. The PC no longer worked. I’ve disassembled it for sale now anyway, but I’m wondering if the burning smell came from the MOBO or the PSU? Which one is likely blown? The MOBO looks fine, nothing burned. The PSU, however, doesn’t smell burned, and looks flawless as well. Anyone know what my action caused and which one likely just blew up?