A couple of weeks ago my cpu died(overvolt), I sent the pc to company so they could do a system check to verify how many parts were broken. when I got it back they told that it was only the cpu that was fried, so I decided to remove it from the motherboard. Just as I touched the cpu I got shocked(or is sounded like that, dident really feel anything). This worries me abit, becuase im not sure if the MB is fine now? If i shocked the broken cpu could it hurt the motherboard? the shock can not have been that high since I only have wodden floors and i carried the case(that the MB was in) wich should have grounded me abit.
but yeah, is it possible that the MB took any damage or do you think that the broken cpu took the hit?
PS i have a theori, is it possible that the cpu still had some current and shocked me insted of the other way around?