More than likely it was a PSU failure, but still pretty damn wild!Saturday was almost the end of the world for me. Smoke alarms do actually save lives... might want to work on your refurbs though, guys... Corsair F-120 Refurb SSD that caught fire at the SATA Power plug. That's what I get for buying a refurb I guess...
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I was posting up todays review over at Corsair's Facebook Wall and noticed this:
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That sucks, hopefully there was no other damage to your place. I had something similar happen years go with a floppy drive that I didn't get the IDE and power plugged in correctly. Melted down the cables, floppy drive and mobo.
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