Looking to equip your yacht or sailing vessel with a low cost display option? Maybe you want a cost effective solution and don't want to overpay just for the marine stamp on the prodct. You aren't alone. Mp3car outfitted the Canadian Coast Guard vessels with the $239 Lilliput 629 monitors earlier in the year and we thought we would share some photos. These monitors aren't specifically made for marine use, but they do the job in an enclosed wheel house.
At least i can say that for a few euro's i know for sure
I am not gonna buy a adapter/converter from hdfury.com... it costs more than the motherboard itself!
You are right, these converters are expensive. The HD FURY is actually the cheapest I could find at the time. I think I bought mine for $115.00 off ebay. I bought this for my expensive KINO though, which ran me about $300.00 with all components added. I didnt have room for a second graphics card, so I had to use the DVI-D port. I guess its safe to say that the INTEL is best for people that dont need multi monitor applications, unless they do not mind adding a graphics card.
Originally Posted by trader007
i assuming the biggest draw to this setup is size? theyre talking about the 1a power draw, which is nice, but for 2a at idle and 6a full load you can use a late model mATX setup with a 35w processor- its not that much larger, not that much more power draw and a hell of a lot faster.
I do not think these boards will ever go over 2amps if a Powered External hub is used. On my proposed setup, the keyboard and mouse are powered by the main system, via a KVM switch. So its basically just a 1 usb port, HDD, and thats about it. So I expect about 1.5 - 2 amp draw or less. This board is very very good if you plan out how you power the USB devices.