So, after moving my around my PC and plugging everything in, I flipped the PSU on (without rebooting) forgetting to turn off the power at the mains. POP POP. Two fuses blown, I assume.
So the PSU is now toast, no start up at all. I'm getting a replacement tomorrow but I'm just wondering what the chances that the other components (Mobo, CPU, 3D Card etc) are still fine?
I never actually switched on the system, just the power supply, so no lights or fans were working when the actual blew happened. Is this a sign, that only the PSU was getting power, that perhaps the other components were spared? On inspecting the guts, the PSU looks quite self contained while all other components don't have any physical damage to them.
PSU: Aerocool Extreme 650W
Can anyone offer words that will ease me a bit?