This is probably a silly question because I haven't noticed any issues during or after the fact, but...
I spilled some coffee all over my desk, and I noticed a few droplets near the opening on my side panel, and some ABOVE it, meaning it could have gotten inside. I inspected the inside with a bright flashlight, and from every angle I COULD look, I saw nothing. My computer was on at the time, and nothing changed - no sounds, no errors, no turn off.
I guess I'm a little paranoid that a droplet got on the mobo somewhere that I did not recognize, or close enough to the bottom of my GTX 670 and the fan (not even sure which direction it blows) either pulled some inside of it or blew it somewhere. I can't imagine the fan is even powerful enough to do this unless the drop landed ON it.
I'm afraid it's an issue I won't notice but that could affect performance. It's my first self-built gaming PC, so I'm pretty attached.
Do I really have anything to worry about here? Is there any way to be sure? I think I'm just being ridiculous but could use that perspective from someone else.