Hey guys, a couple of weeks ago I accidentally shorted out my video card with my headphone jack by connecting the monitor cable and the case. Initially I thought that the only thing that I had fried was my video card. That being said, I ordered up a new vid card and put it in, but still my system was not stable. Of course that made me believe my motherboard was shot as well. So I decided that if I have a blown mobo I might as well just build a new rig. I've got all of the parts in the mail and they should be here in a couple of days, but earlier tonight I was prepping my case for the new components and I noticed that the 4-pin ATX plug of my PSU had some charring in two of the leads. This makes me really nervous because I did not order a new PSU for my new rig. I'm starting to think that I might keep having issues if I continue to use this PSU, but I really dont want to spend another $100 or so on a PSU. Has anybody had any similar experiences with charred PSU leads? Haha, hopefully somebody can tell me if I should just bite the bullet and order a new PSU or if i'll be fine. Thanks guys.