Corsair has issued a recall for a batch of SF series power supply units for small form factor PCs after experiencing “higher than normal RMA rates.” The company said problems can arise when affected models are exposed to both high temperatures and high humidity, which “regrettably can cause the PSU to fail.”

Every powered component in your PC draws power from from the PSU, either directly (most graphics cards, motherboards, HDDs, 2.5-inch SSDs) or indirectly though the motherboard (CPU, M.2 SSDs). However, Corsair says the faulty PSUs pose no threat to any connected hardware.

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