My ENTIRE case is electrifying!
I got 2 massive shocks while touching the rear fan grill to check air flow.
Now me and my father who understands about electricity open the case, and made power current checks, using a special tool to check conductivity.
The case, the mobo, the gpu, the heatsink, the screws that connect the mobo to case!!
All of the are conducting high voltage electricity (not static). I got shocked from touching the back side of the case, the front, the rear. The gpu metalic parts.
The only thing that doesnt show current when u touch it with the tool is the PSU.
Here is the build:
1) GPU: Asus 670GTX DC2T
2) CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K Box
3) Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth Z77
4) Case: Corsair CC600TWM-WHT Graphite Special Edition
5) PSU: Corsair AX 850W Gold Active PFC 12cm Fan Modular
6) RAM: 2X8GB G.Skill Ripjaw-X DDR3 1600Mhz
7) CPU cooler: Noctua NH-D14
8)SSD: Crucial Solid Series 256GB CT256M4SSD2 SSD
9)DVD drive: Sony Optiarc AD-7280S DVD±RW x24 Black Sata
PLEASE, I have no one to turn to here in Israel.
My entire case inner and outer sides are throwing electricity and conducting everycomponent as well as itself.. I tried so many things and I'm afraid my components will be damaged.. I
OK, ok, guys I think I found the problem, I hope I'm right:
The bastards shopt owners of both my old monitor and the newly baught Corsair 850AX PSU brought two American standard cables!
This means no grounding for us in Israel!
The cables in Israel and some places in Asia/Europe I think, have 3 teeth (two up, one down), while American got only two, but with a notch for grounding and built in grounding in each socket.
We don't have the latter.. so I guess that was the issue.