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  • Shuttle XS35GT-804 Intel Atom D510 (1.66GHz, dual-core) Intel NM10 Next-gen NVIDIA

    link here

    What are your thoughts?

    I see no reviews, feedback or anything on this unit on the forum.
    Perhaps it's too new?

    Looking to buy it in 2 days (waiting for my pay )
    Also the ozy dollar is doing very well to import goodies right now!

  • #2
    doesn't look too bad. but like all the other units like this, the biggest issue is powering it.

    it 'should' have a 19v power adapter(carnetix power supply), but newegg only lists that it is 40watt adapter, not the voltage..
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    carpc undecided


    • #3
      yeah, i noticed that.
      Don't expect it to be much power draw as it it's fanless etc..
      will be powering the LCD the PSU, including it's accessories (GPS, usb etc)


      • #4
        Just picked one up

        soundman98 was correct - it requires a 19V DC input - luckily I had a Carnetix CNX-P1900 lying around that puts out 19V. The only thing I can't figure out is which connector on the motherboard is for the power switch so I can create a y-adapter cable kinda like what came with the Carnetix CNX-P1900 Mac pack.

        Has anyone else picked one of these up? If anyone knows where the power switch connector is on the Motherboard let us know and I'll do a proper review once I get it up and running with the vehicle power supply.
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        • #5
          Hi 99bravada, I would be very interested in your results, especially in splicing a wire into the PC's power switch for remote start from the Carnetix.

          I'm currently selecting a computer to power my CarPC setup and the XS35GT is on the short list.