This is the second time that my graphical card burned. I purchased my compter on the website CSL computer there is little more than 2 years and the warrantly is out of date.
The configuration is :
AMD Ryzen 3 2200G, 4x 3500 MHz
MSI A320M Pro-E
16 GB ( 8*2 ) DDR4-RAM, 2666 MHz, G.Skill NT Series
Boot SSD: 240 GB SSD Kingston A400
Radeon RX 570 8 GB GDDR5 ASRock Phantom Gaming X
Power supply unit : 500 Watt CSL ( constructor brand, this one : https://www.csl-computer.com/pc-zubehoer/netzteile/500-watt-csl.html )
The computer was built by CSL.
There is a little more than 2 months, the graphical card burned, with some smoke from the HDMI input. As the warrantly is out of date, CSL couldn't help us so I've contacted ASrock and they sent to me an other graphical card ( the same ).
Pending receipt the card, I use my computer without the graphical card and everyting works well.
This morning, the new graphical card burned too as you can see here : https://zupimages.net/up/21/37/gawz.jpg
The smoke is from the 8 pins port... I removed the graphical card and my computer works well just with the Vega graphics...
In your opinion, where did they get this problem from ? The power supply unit ? Just the grapical card ?
There is a way to test the power supply unit in order to see if there is any problem with it ? Or something else ?
Thanks for the help !