I was playing games on my PC while watching Youtube on a side monitor when something in my case went bang somewhat akin to a gunshot.
There was small puff of dust and my computer shut off. Weirdly enough it booted right back up perfectly fine.
I've stripped it down and don't see any bad capacitors on the motherboard or inside the PSU (through the grill) and don't smell any burning either.
I booted it up and everything seems OK, no weird noises, smells, all components show up in dxdiag.
For now, I've shut off the rig and unplugged everything, just in case.
Any ideas what happened?
What broke? Do I need new parts?
Any suggestions on future steps or fixes?
EDIT: PSU fan is not spinning, all else is fine.
EDIT2: PSU fan is not supposed to spin until under load according to corsairs website.
EDIT3: I did an Aida64 Stability test and ran Heaven for about 20 minutes each, no anomalies, voltages are stable and temps are nothing crazy. Can't seem to find any visual damage o the motherboard and other parts either. Additionally, I've confirmed the PSU fan spins up on boot.
I can't seem to figure out what that bang was. but judging from the test results, i'm assuming my system is safe to use?
Are there any other test I should run just to be sure?
Corsair RM650x 80+ Gold
Ryzen 5 2600
MSI RTX 2060 Ventus 6G OC
16(2x8)gb Corsair vengeance RGB PRO
MSI B450 Tomahawk motherboard