MSI 6315 mainboard, Teapo caps, user s0vet from SHW forum
Oh, very nice, Soul! Poor Samsung rams get busted badly… looks like this failure is not repairable. At least it does not look to be... but I would be happily proven wrong Yet to me it seems that something seriously give up to fry the poor rams... (maybe after cleaning and before you put the mainboard on your wall you could tell us, what is written on the busted caps, so we know, what brand/type they are?)
Dell 4550 and Nichicon caps inside, user AsRock, TechPowerUp forum
Well, it is IMHO a good idea to have place, where we can share these failures. As warming and as for education purposes, that there can be a loud boom from your PC comming too Or that not all instability at not overclocked state is because of Windows or some drivers. Caps can have a role too, even the polymer solid caps seems to be better in this regard.
Asus P5P800, Elite kcaps, user Lithotech, HardwareCanucks forum
Thermaltake 430W PSU, CapXon cap, user cinowell
Shiver you win this round. Always told me to fear the Thermaltake but I was always a fan of their PSU's
Sad to see it
Yuppers, TT's low end stuff is bottom of the barrel. A Capxon classic.