The saga of my broken S2466-based pc continues...\nIt returned from the manufacturer a couple of days ago with a leaky\ncapacitor on the S2466. The repair rep says they tested it for 2 days,\nand it's ok, and they're not replacing it. So today I decide to run\nSiSoftware Sandra on it just to see what it says. Here's the interesting\nbits:\n-\-\-\nTemperature Sensor(s)\nBoard Temperature : 77.0°C / 170.6°F\nCPU1 Temperature : 77.5°C / 171.5°F\nCPU2 Temperature : 74.5°C / 166.1°F\n\nCooling Device(s)\nAuto Fan Speed Control : No\nCPU1 Fan Speed : 4688rpm\nCPU2 Fan Speed : 4927rpm\n\nVoltage Sensor(s)\nCPU1 Core Voltage : 1.73V\nCPU2 Core Voltage : 1.73V\n+3.3V Voltage : 3.36V\n+5V Voltage : 5.03V\n+12V Voltage : 9.61V\n-12V Voltage : -12.61V\n-5V Voltage : 0.23V\n+5V Standby Voltage : 4.92V\n-\-\-\nOk, the fan speeds aren't interesting but they are between what is-\nnamely, the really high temperatures and the wacky voltages. Clearly\nthis board is toast. What I'm wondering is if the CPUs or other components\nmight have been damaged too. Everything seems to be operating ok, but\nI don't see that as a long-term condition. What else should I demand they\nreplace?\n\nThanks,\nMike\n\np.s. yes, I turned it off now.