A few weeks ago strange things started happening with gamers using it motherboard ASUS Z690 Hero. Their systems began to catch fire.
After reports of ASUS motherboards "flashing", some tried to find out why. So it turned out to be a simple construction (assembly) error and not a design flaw. Netective reports that a capacitor was installed in the reverse position causing reverse polarity and very high temperatures, which made the components catch fire.
"In our ongoing research, we have tentatively identified a possible problem αντίστροφου πυκνωτή μνήμηs that can cause him code error 53, and damage to motherboard components,” ASUS said in a statement.
Holders of motherboards can control a page he created Asus to see if they are affected.
Or you can always see your motherboard. If the positive end of the capacitor points to the MOSFET, there is a risk. Youtuber Buildzoid, who also diagnosed the problem, shows you how to locate the problem in the video below.