hi all, i recently bought a second hand motherboard off the internet, After i got the board i took it out of its box to inspect it for any damage, I noticed that about 9 capacitors on the board were bulged at the top but not leaking or broken. After installing the board into the case i strarted the computer and installed windows xp. I installed a few games on my computer and played them. They worked at first but now the video in them is all garbled and the games were completely unplayable. I tried switching video cards and installing new drivers but there was still no change. I took another look at the motherboard and noticed that 2 of the 9 bulged caps are directly below the agp slot. Could these caps be what is causing the video in games to become garbled? The system has also locked up a few times unexpectedly. System Specs: CPU: 1Ghz Intel Pentium III (overclocked slightly to 1.03Ghz) RAM: 256MB SDRAM Video: NVIDIA GeForce4 MX4000 128MB Motherboard: DFI CM35-EC Via PM133 Chipset. Power Supply: Hyena DR-8320BTX 300watt.