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    For Sale: Morex 60W DC-DC Power Supply

    This item is brand new never used. Was in a Cubid 3688 case but was taken out and upgraded to a different power supply when I got the case. This is for the 60W DC-DC Converter PSU. It includes the ATX Cable and the DC Jack Cable (was cut and does not have the socket part to hook on a AC Adapter).
    It does not have the AC Adapter with it.

    Info on the PSU can be found here:
    http://www.morex.com.tw/mainpage2003.htm

    I have over 300 positive feedback on ebay: http://cgi2.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAP...erid=qwesttech

    I will upload pictures as soon as I find my Compact Flash reader.

    $35 Shipped with 2-3 Day USPS Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation.

    I will accept PayPal or Money Order.

    Any questions please PM me.

    Thanks,
    Tim

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    Bump.. Price Change
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    Bump... Picture! Ignore the crazy notes on my notepad
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    I'm intrested. Is this what i need to hook the mini itx unit up in the truck? I mean 12v to ATX basicly?

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    This is an ATX DC-DC Power supply. So basicly you hook up 12V and Ground from the car. Then you plug it into your motherboard, drives, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by enuro12
    I'm intrested. Is this what i need to hook the mini itx unit up in the truck? I mean 12v to ATX basicly?

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    Ill take the Morex Power supply.

    Do you accept Paypal.

    I will pay ASAP!

    just email me...I sent you a private message with my email

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    Item is still available. Iím going to include now a large internal power Y cable with the PSU as an added incentive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rundell
    This is an ATX DC-DC Power supply. So basicly you hook up 12V and Ground from the car. Then you plug it into your motherboard, drives, etc.
    The Morex requires a regulated +12v input. It simply passes the input of the PSU on to the +12v output rail. If you hook it straight to a car power system it's not going to provide a reliable computing experience and may eventually damage your PC components. Search the forums. This has been discussed MANY times. You can add a regulated front end (see MikeH) and/or other components to make this work.

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