So I had to replace the motherboard in my system so I pulled my two video cards and cpu/hs off ( all on a watercooling loop) and put the new mobo down. After getting evrrything set back into place, I absent mindedly just turned thebpc on without leak testing it. Non of the joints were leaking from the maneuver so I figured it would be ok. After turning it on, the screen remained black ( most likely due to the motherboards bios being outdated because i had the same problem with my previous board which is almost identical) and so I looked down at the pc. I noticed water spewingb out of the ek sli link. I quickly pulled the power plug and drained the remaining power in the system by hitting the power button once more. My question is, any thoughts on to wethrr or not the bottom card and my psu are ok? They both had quite a lot of water on top of them but fortunately for me the card had a backplate catching the majority. I heard a alight wizziing noise like you would here from water hiting something with a current. I read elsewhere that fresh distilled wster shouldnt harm any components most likely unless pretty much submerged. The water wasnt leaking for more then 5 seconds and hasnt been in the system more then two days most of which has been powered off due to motherboard problems. Also sorry for the grammar. I'm typing from a galaxy with a crap keypad. Lol.