Rebuilding & resurrecting my first dual-core system - a blast from the past: Asus A8N32-SLI (Socket 939 AMD glory days) The board itself seems to be in good condition, from testing it's had no troubles with an overclocked Opteron 175 and 4x 1GB DIMMs in it. The problem is, the PCIe slots don't work. Given the numbers of sad looking caps around the slots, this isn't surprising (one of the caps started smoking in the first test POST!). Runs fine with a PCI video card which is how I clocked the CPUs and tested it. The caps around the CPU socket are all sealed jobbies, so I'm planning on leaving those alone and just replacing the swarm of KZG's everywhere else. Current count (rev 1.01 board) 3x 16v 1000uf (8mm x 20mm) around the CPU aux power socket 2x 6.3v 1800uf (8mm x 20mm) at the molex EZ_Plug 24x 6.3v 820uf (8mm x 12mm) all over the board (many vented) 2x 16v 470uf (8mm x 13mm) under PCIEx4 & PCIE16_2 (x4 right next to a 6.3v 830uf; better not get 'em confused!) 11x 16v 100uf (5mm x 12mm, which I'm presuming don't need replacing) Now normally, I just head in Jaycar and ask for "low ESR in whatever spec remotely matches this..." but this system does have some sentimental value, so I'd like to do the job properly. I've been trawling badcaps.net and assembling a list of what they'd recommend, assuming I'll be ordering from element14 (or similar). I'd love some feedback on suggestions as to what to use in 2019 to recap a 2005 motherboard. cheers Aeth..