Can cause a burnout if the system is heavily overclocked. Happened twice to me. Using separate cables fixed the issue. Not cheap PSU's either! Corsair and SeaSonic. Had both RMA tested. Reports concluded the same outcome..., PCI-E cables to blame, causing the system to draw power from other areas to compensate. In my case, it draw from the EPS, causing a burnout. Each report recommended using separate PCI-E cables. Have done for years ever since, never had a burn out since!
Intel Core i9 9900K HT 5GHz
GIGABYTE Z390 Ultra
AMD ASUS STRIX OC VEGA 64
G-Skill Trident 2x8GB DDR4 4000MHz
Samsung EVO NVM.e 250GB
SeaSonic 1250W Gold
Corsair 900D + Custom Loop.
Last edited by BradleyW; 05-30-2019 at 03:23 PM.