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plokko6252yUnplug everything and don't plug them until everything is dry and clean (you may need to remove heatsinks and clean with alcol): something may have survived even if with permanent damage.
Happened also to me after a liquid cooling failure
thoxx22272ydamn that hurts :-(
(giving a ++ feelt wrong)
plokko6252y@oscarascal well if there is nothing burn it may be intact:
I had the same problem, the vga was soaked and few drop went to the pci-e.
The pci-e lane was literally fried but the vga was intact:
Vga have a lot of power components but if the water did not fry the gpu it could have triggered the psu safe mode before anything critical happened.
The oxydation you see may just be the liquid reacting to the current,if you clean it off it could still be ok (same in my case).
Just be EXTRA sure everything is clean (water deposits still create issues!) and perfecly dry because water may hide even of it look perfectly dry.