So I came home tonight, computer has been working fine for over 2 years. Asus P4P800 E DELUXE P4 2.4 ghz I started surfing the web, all of a sudden the computer shut down. I tried to rebot, the green light on the mobo was on, fans went on, hard drives turned on, but no video output. I thought my video card was screwed up, so I took that out completely, unhooked all the harddrives, and booted up with as few things as possible to see if the computer would POST. It did the thing, turned on for a few seconds, fans spinning, no post and would shut itself down. A few seconds after that I noticed a burnt smell and a chip started to burn up on the mobo, i immediately shut it down and haven't turned it on again. Read up on some troubleshooting pages and i've heard of this happening if the PSU is fried and is sending improper power to the mobo. My question is: with what you see below, should i even bother trying to fix the mobo, or is it guaranteed to be fried and i'll just move on and try a new PSU / Mobo combo.