Hey, I just bought a new Intel Core i7 920 2.66ghz 8mb cache CPU and a P6T socket 1366 motherboard. I put it all together, made sure all the connectors, fans, power was attached to the motherboard. First time I turned it on, there was a small blue spark where the heat sink is furthest from the CPU. I decided to take out one of the 4 pin PSU connectors off the mobo (you know where you can either put one 4 pin or put two together to make 8 pin connector) and tried turning it on. This time, it actually started but CPU fan was going very slow and no more than 5 seconds later, smoke started coming from the PSU fan connector on the motherboard. I turned it off and took it out. The PSU fan connector coming from the PSU looks a bit burned/melted. Only thing that looks wrong with the mobo is that the PSU fan connector slot has some black stuff from the burn. What should I do? Any idea what might have gone wrong? Do you think I fried to PSU, mobo, or BOTH? I'm afraid to mess with it anymore! All help is much appreciated! Thanks!