It seems (to me) that March/April/May is power supply season.
In these months I’ve found I’ve needed to replace more failed power supplies, than in the rest of the year combined.
I also noticed something similar last year.
I wonder if its just coincidence, or if there is a real reason for this.
I can understand a PSU failing in summer… electronic components under a lot more heat stress. Maybe by the end of summer, many PSUs are ready to breakdown. A rise in humidity, a drop in temperatures, could also contribute to this.
It makes me wonder.