PSU cables with inline capacitors: what happens if a cable cap goes KO?
question's in the title
both Corsair & Seasonic have nasty habit as of late of putting caps in their cables even if pro reviewers all think it's useless
and since those caps are not japanese ("100% jap cap" only applies to what's inside the PSU) my question is what happens if such a cap blows up? can it damage a component of the PC?
question #2: if a graphics card is powered via TWO cables (both with inline caps) what happens if only ONE of the cables has the cap go boom? does it create a dangerous "imbalance" of sorts?