Hi guys, Turned on my PC this evening after being off for around 36 hours and my GTX 970 popped and sparked as soon as I hit the on switch. Immediately switched off and on inspection found a fair amount of green / translucent liquid running all along the pin connectors. After removing the GFX card (which I presume is now dead?) I noticed the same liquid in and around the card slot too. I've dabbed up as much as I can, but have no idea what this is, how it got here, if it's likely to be safe to plug a new GFX card in.... I'm sure the mobo has a lifetime warranty, although I'd imagine it won't cover my now fried GFX card, even if it was the cause? Any advice would be VERY much appreciated. Photos attached, but just let me know if you need any further info.