A few weeks ago the capacitors of my power supply exploded while I was using my computer so I sent it in and had it repaired. Now, I get it back and as I start up my PC with only CPU, RAM, mainboard, PSU and GPU installed the first thing that happens is that something on my GPU starts smoking and glowing brightly so I turn the thing off.
Is it possible that the PSU messed up my mainboard somehow when it exploded so that the mainboard will now fry any video card you install or might it have been so that the video card was damaged before and not the mainboard? When I power up the system without GPU it seems to be working fine, although I can't say for sure as I can't see nothing without a GPU. What do you think, should I spend a 40$ on a 8400GS as I'm only gonna use this system as a server, or will it be fried?
Forgot to mention the specs duh, EDIT:
Antec TruePower 2.0 480 watt
2x512mb Corsair pc4300