I've seen a lot of threads on topics like this but I'm still worried and would like a bit of help regarding my situation. I was using my VR and accidentally knocked over my cup of water, it spilled about 6-8oz inside my computer. I was in shock at first and tried to turn it off with the power button, and when that didn't work I manually unplugged everything and took out everything except the CD player, motherboard and PSU (the wires on the PSU were going throughout the machine so I unplugged it and did what I could). I still had audio when it happened, but my monitors both froze. Most of the water fell through the bottom filter or was still in the bottom of the case, and I've dried everything I could find and left it out overnight with the window open to let it dry out a bit. There were drops of water on the motherboard and GPU, as well as some on my hard drive, but I don't think any got inside the PSU, just on the outside case. The water was definitely blown across the inside by my top (CPU?) fan, because I found water droplets behind my motherboard as well. From what I've seen and heard so far, if it's just water I should let it dry out, gently clean it with some alcohol (99.9%?) and then try to test components individually, but I'm hoping someone can maybe share a similar experience or have the insight and knowledge to tell me what components might work/not work? I'm sorry for being vague, I'm at work and don't know any exact spec's (I originally got the PC from someone else who upgraded to a new one) but I know the GPU is a GTX 970. I can try to find out what type of motherboard, PSU, etc. if that will help, thanks to anyone in advance!