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Thread: Where can I buy an ATX DC to DC PSU online?

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    Where can I buy an ATX DC to DC PSU online?

    Just like the title says.. anyone know of an online site that sells them?

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    I believe you can find the answer at this site:




    click here




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    link = broken!

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    Perhaps you might find this answer more "enlightening":

    <sarcasm>

    I believe you can find the answer at this site:




    click here

    </sarcasm>

    A slightly more helpful answer would be:

    There are quite a few options for DC-DC PSUs, try searching the board for sproggy, arise psu, etc. Then come back with a more detailed question.

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    I just need a PSU that all Ihave to do is feed it a Postive and Negative wire from the battery of my car and power a computer with.

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    And, that excuses you from searching??? hmm... okay..
    2 week temp ban (spam and complaining about deleted posts)
    register another account and you're gone for good.

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    Tried that.. got nothing.

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    Originally posted by izaram
    Perhaps you might find this answer more "enlightening":

    <sarcasm>

    I believe you can find the answer at this site:




    click here

    </sarcasm>

    A slightly more helpful answer would be:

    There are quite a few options for DC-DC PSUs, try searching the board for sproggy, arise psu, etc. Then come back with a more detailed question.
    Ok, I get it, I am retarted....

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