First post, by PKFreeZZy
After a one-year hiatus from retro hardware, I am once again considering returning to the scene.
I am willing to take some safety measures first, however. It had previously been brought to my attention that the 3.3v rail was stressing the power supply of the system, pulling 0.35v more than it's allowed. The motherboard in question is an ASUS P2B Rev 1.04 motherboard, which, I'm going to assume, needs to be re-capped.
Even if that isn't the main issue, I'd be more than willing to replace the old capacitors with a new polymer-based brand. I am not exactly sure what capacitance they would need to be to match the electrolytic capacitors, but I did find polymer capacitors with matching ratings.
Any help would be appreciated!
My Windows 98 PC: Slot 1 Pentium III 600 (Katmai) | 256MB PC133 SDRAM | 64MB Leadtek WinFast GeForce2 Pro | Creative SB16 CT2230 | Intel PRO/100+ with Alert on LAN* | 18.64GB Seagate ST320011A | Corsair CX430 | ASUS P2B Rev. 1.04