Hi guys, Something very unfortunate happened to me the other day. One of my mates spilt his beer into the top of my computer and has happened to fry to what I know to be my graphics card (completely) and might be giving some grief to my motherboard. So I pulled apart the computer, and let it dry for a day for it to dry. Most of the beer hit the GPU and its dead for sure. So I've put in a older GPU (which I know works) and I can hear the computer booting up (Windows Loading Noises) but I cant get any video through any of the PCI lanes using a range of different older GPU's that I have lying around. On top of this the on board video works fine and my computer seems to be 100% functional as I'm using it to post this thread. So I'm guessing all my PCI lanes have been screwed over in the accident. Is this sort of problem RMA'able or will I just be wasting my time? If this sort of problem isn't covered by RMA I guess ill just bite the bullet and buy another motherboard. I'm unsure what else could be causing problems to just my graphics card, other than my PSU, which seems to be working for all other components in my system. Any advice on the RMA / Problem solving for what could be causing my GPU issue would be much appreciated. Thanks Guys!