Question PSU Blow up .

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Guys i just feel really bad i was playing for almost five hours then suddenly my PC turned off and wont boot up again and my PSU blew up.
when i plugged the caple to PSU my Motherboard and GPU ( not completely lighted there are a small pins light) lighting but wont turns on.
what's the problem ? it might be the PSU ?
 
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Guys i just feel really bad i was playing for almost five hours then suddenly my PC turned off and wont boot up again.
when i plugged the caple to PSU my Motherboard and GPU ( not completely lighted there are a small pins light) lighting but wont turns on.
what's the problem ? it might be the PSU ?
Hey morning haha, what do you mean by the time you plug the cable to PSU, and tried to press the power button.

and wait, does the CPU fan works?
 
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Yes, it can if only your current PSU will be tested / replaced with the same output voltage and either your MOBO only has 20 or 24 pins for the PSU port
as the official website says "1 x24-pin EATX Power connector"

And my PSU website says " CircuitShield & Main Board 20 + 24 "


so that gonna harm my MOBO ?
 

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