Hello all, I originally bought a Biostar Geforce 6100 M9 in October 2006 and a single-core CPU. About a year later, I upgraded the CPU to a dual-core AMD64 X2. The motherboard would not operate properly with the new CPU, there were issues with powering off/on. Biostar replaced it for me in October 2007. It's been working fine, quite a bit of use, using the onboard video and sound - nothing to stress the system components. Yet after only 22 months the capacitors that are lined up against the cpu socket (5 of them) are failing. 2 are bulging, and 1 has some brown crap coming out the top. I'm amazed the PC is still working. Were there some bad capacitors floating around 2 years ago? This seems an awfully short life.