I'm selling because I'm upgrading power supplies, but thios works like a champ and powered my Athlon XP nicely. I'm an engineer and have taken care of this power supply, I've had it for about a month.
$60 shipped w/ delivery confirmation.
82-0-0 heatware under greenman100.
price drop again
I'd like to find out the final askin' price of this PS for my very first carPC install. I intend on using a converted desktop with the following specs.
Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro2 http://www.nextgenelectronics.com/giga7n400p.shtml
2500 XP Atheon 333fsb
80GB Maxtor HD (until I get a laptop drive for now)
Gobs of USB ports
Screen - TS, not sure yet, probably Lilliput 7"
Used for tunes, GPS, lighting controls, etc.
Is this sufficient hardware for a car PC you think?
Will this unit you have for sale plug and play with this mobo? Is this all I need to run this PC? Is the wattage enough for starters? If so, I'd like to buy it, as well as ask you for any other suggestions you might have for me, being a rookie and all. I know, search search, search s'more
E-mail me or post here. TY!
Its iffy. It really depends on whether that motherboard pulls off the 12v line for the CPU power.
How can I tell that? The mlobo's got a 20pin power connector, and if this PS doesn't work, is there a PS that is made for Desktop PCs powered by a die hard?
Is this still for sell?
Motherboard: Epox MATX
Storage: 120gb 3.5"
Optical: Slim Slot cdrw/dvd
Audio: SB Audigy 2
GPS: BU-353 & iGuidance 4
OS: Win FLP (Fundamentals)
Frontend: Roadrunner (DFX 3 & 4)
Yes it is, $60 shipped.Originally Posted by nitropwd
Originally Posted by quantum
You'd have to research it, possibly at OCforums.com or another enthusuast site. if not, you can go with an Opus, which is about $150 and 150w, or a DSATX, which is $160 and 220w.