Faulty psu damage cpu? Tags: Power Supplies CPUs Components Last response: August 3, 2012 11:25 AM in Components Share ultragarrison August 3, 2012 10:44:56 AM Hello, Last night, my psu died with a loud bang. There are no physical damage on the mobo...but I was wondering if there might be any internal damage..i am using a xfx 750 w psu btw More about : faulty psu damage cpu DJDeCiBeL a c 76 ) Power supply a c 283 à CPUs August 3, 2012 11:25:57 AM Probably not the CPU itself, no, but it's possible that it DID damage the motherboard or the GPU (even if there's no visual damage). Pretty much the only way to find out is to try another known good PSU to test everything out. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCan a faulty graphics card damage a motherboard / PSU ? ForumCan a faulty motherboard damage a CPU ? ForumFaulty motherboard after PSU damage ForumFaulty PSU ? Possible to cause fault on one GPU and not another? ForumWorried that my new build has a faulty PSU ForumFaulty psu ?, combined amps on 12v rails?, and future proofing my rig? ForumTwo Faulty PSU 's; GFX Issues. ForumPSU : Faulty or did I damage it? ForumFaulty psu ? please look at photo ForumCan a faulty HDD damage other hardware such as montherboard, ram ... ? ForumFaulty PSU ? ForumFaulty GPU and/or PSU ? ForumCan faulty RAM damage motherboard or CPU ? ForumSystem unstable? Faulty CPU or RAM? ForumPotentially Faulty PSU - No CPU Installed. ForumPossible Faulty PSU ? (TT TR2 RX 850W) Forum500w PSU ForumFaulty CPU ForumIntel cpu damage ForumFaulty case temp sensor More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !