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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mx6
    ey guys, my carputer system is up for sale, was just in not long ago

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    p4 2.66ghz cpu
    gigabyte GA-SINXP1394 motherboard, its got raid, dps, satat, firewire, gigalan, dual channel ddr, etc...
    1 gig ddr ram, pc2700 i think
    geforce 3 ti 200 128 ddr
    brand new (not in car) 40 gig 7200rpm seagate hdd
    16gig seagate hdd
    250 watt ps

    asking price $500

    in victoria, australia
    Why the sale? Upgrade maybe? Is the PSU is DC-DC? If so, I am interested in the just the PSU if you are willing to seperate.
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    removing car pc due to where i go to school, sounds crazy but yea thats why,
    the power supply isn't dc to dc, i used a 600 watt power inverter and it created 0 noise and was efficient, .5volts per 2 hours use...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mx6
    removing car pc due to where i go to school, sounds crazy but yea thats why,
    the power supply isn't dc to dc, i used a 600 watt power inverter and it created 0 noise and was efficient, .5volts per 2 hours use...
    That's a shame that the system has to be removed due to the area where you go to school. Hopefully when you finish you can put something else in.
    As for the PSU. I wan't a DC-DC. Thanks anyway.
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    any reason for dc to dc , just out of courisity ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mx6
    any reason for dc to dc , just out of courisity ???
    More efficient and less noise. I know you said your setup was low noise, but I know what is in an inverter and I am surprised that you can hear anything but static!
    It is probably a bit of personal preference too I suppose.
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    ahh yea, i get ya, i think also the fact i'm using high quality rca's 95 bucks per cable, as well, i have heard about noise , but i managed to get zero noise at all. thats fair enuf, good luck finding one.
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