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  • How Powerful is your Carputer?

    I am trying to get a guage for how my carputer stacks up to others. can everyone post their carpc specs here, please?

    my build is:
    m4-atx 250watt power supply
    j&w mini-itx amd 785g mobo
    amd athlon2 x4 640e 45watt cpu
    intel x-25m 80gb ssd
    2x4gb Kingston pc6400 sodimms(ram)
    msi radeon hd 6770 1gb gddr5 video card
    lillyput 7" hdmi high brightness touchscreen
    windows7 ultimate x64

  • #2
    dsatx with brainstem
    Jetway NF93R GM45 Mainboard
    Intel Q9100 2.26ghz 12m cache 45w Quadcore mobile
    60gig OZ vertex3 SSD OS - 500Gig WD Black 2.5"
    2x2gb Mushkin Performance 1066mhz sodimm
    On-board video GMA-X4500
    Diamond USB 7.1 Sound card
    Lilliput 669GL-70NP/C/T-5HB 5 wire resistive High Brightness
    Windows XP Media Centre Edition 2005 sp3 rollup2 x32

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    • #3
      M3 ATX HVS
      asrock e350M1
      amd e350 dual core 1,7 Ghz
      32gig Silicon Power T10 SSD
      2gb kingston 1066Mhz
      integrated AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics
      External Sweex usb 7.1 soundcard
      Chines manufactured 7" vga lcd touchscreen AT070TN92 800x600 led backlit
      Customized Windows Embedded Standard 7
      View my worklog here

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      • #4
        M4-ATX Modified
        GA-Z77N-WIFI
        i5-2400S
        8GB ? forget type
        Intel 520 128GB S III 6gbps SSD
        500GB Hardened laptop drive
        INTEL integrated HD graphics 4000
        8" 16:9 TRANSFLECTIVE PRO with HDMI input convertor
        Optical out to external DSP
        Win8-64.
        Boots to music 14.2 sec, Sleep to music 3.4 sec.
        Last edited by Mickz; 06-10-2013, 10:57 PM.
        Palm sized ainol MiniPC, 8" Transreflective PRO, Win10, Reverse camera, Dual 10HZ GPS RX's for Speed Display & Sat Nav, FM-DAB & Phone Modules, iDrive interface. T-Screen HVAC control, custom microcontrollers, microcode and FE.

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        • #5
          Opus 250 watt
          Zotac mini-ITX
          AMD Athlon64 x2
          4gigs DDR2
          64 gig SSD
          Integrated nVidia graphics
          Win7 32bit
          7" Resistive Touch Screen

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          • #6
            haha! I'm the lightweight here:

            Intel dn2800mt 1.86Ghz dc Atom w/HD3600 graphics 17W only scores 3.0
            4GB (3 addressable) DDR3 T
            64GB mSATA2 SSD boot and 256GB SATA3 SSD media storage
            90W DC/DC converter
            Win8 x32
            7" restive

            Boots in 10 secs, playing music in Driveline in 20-30secs, music drops bits if CPU activity is too high.

            I need an I3 mobile ans 64bit os.

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            • #7
              Prior to my last rebuild, I was running a VIA C6 2GHz, 2gig RAM and WinXP. I'm one of those anti-intel guys.

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              • #8
                i'm sorry, I have athlon2 x4 615e cpu, not 640e. but here are my carpc windows7 assessment scores...
                Attached Files

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                • #9
                  I was an anti-Intel guy too, as a company they suck! It's personal with me due to a stunt they pulled when I was in field service maintaining their fab equipment. I built many AMD PC's, and skipped all the Intel chips after the Celeron 300Mhz OC to 450, But I need low power horespower. I just built some real cool machines for Global Foundaries fabs, that should enable AMD to step up their game.

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                  • #10
                    My last build before removal

                    M2ATX
                    Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe
                    Ivy Bridge I5-3570K Quadcore 3.4ghz
                    8gb Gskill 1033 RAM
                    128gb Corsair Sata III 6gbps SSD
                    500gb 2.5" hitachi media drive
                    Win8 64bit
                    10" Lilliput Touchscreen

                    Now its just a Asus Vivotab and a Kenwood head unit. Lovin' every minute of it.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by VegasGuy View Post
                      My last build before removal

                      M2ATX
                      Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe
                      Ivy Bridge I5-3570K Quadcore 3.4ghz
                      8gb Gskill 1033 RAM
                      128gb Corsair Sata III 6gbps SSD
                      500gb 2.5" hitachi media drive
                      Win8 64bit
                      10" Lilliput Touchscreen

                      Now its just a Asus Vivotab and a Kenwood head unit. Lovin' every minute of it.
                      Just shy of Haswell, that was some pretty advanced horsepower you just retired.

                      I can't see the tablet replacing all the functionality you had, but instant on music from the Kenwood is nice. You must have something really big up your sleeve.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by rray View Post
                        Just shy of Haswell, that was some pretty advanced horsepower you just retired.

                        I can't see the tablet replacing all the functionality you had, but instant on music from the Kenwood is nice. You must have something really big up your sleeve.
                        Nah, there's no way that little Atom 1.8 is going to compete with the big rig. But you know what, it turns out it doesn't have to. I used that rig to develop and test various apps, hardware and ideas, 95% of which were never going to make it into my car. All I ever use on a daily basis is Pandora, maybe an occasional mp3 (if I'm feeling nostalgic..my collection is that old) and the occasional search app or OBDII app. The tablet is more than capable of handling all that, and like you said, all the hardware AM/FM/HD radio and Bluetooth is handled by the Kenwood. The Bluetooth OBDII dongle talks to the tab, and the Droid provides the 4g connection for Internet access.

                        As for plans....that's for another thread.

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                        • #13
                          Someones got to represent for the laptop users:

                          HP 6710 B laptop:

                          Windows 8
                          Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T7300
                          2.00 GHz, 4 MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB
                          Mobile™ Intel® 965GM Express Chipset
                          1 GB (512 MB x 2)
                          160 GB
                          5400 RPM HD
                          DVD+/-RW Dual Layer LightScribe
                          WLAN 802.11a/b/g
                          Network interface
                          Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet PCI Controller (10/100/1000 NIC)
                          6-in-1 media reader
                          4 USB 2.0 ports,Firewire (1394a), ftware
                          Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X3100

                          External stuff:

                          P1900 P/S
                          SB1240 THX certified HD USB Sound card
                          Alpha Network WiFi Range Extender
                          Samsung external DVD
                          Sirius SC-H1 home tuner
                          My 2007 Ford F350 Work Log located HERE

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                          • #14
                            4 player split screen is a real p.i.t.a. on the 7" lol.
                            Attached Files

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by PhilG View Post
                              Someones got to represent for the laptop users:

                              HP 6710 B laptop:

                              Windows 8
                              Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T7300
                              2.00 GHz, 4 MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB
                              Mobile™ Intel® 965GM Express Chipset
                              1 GB (512 MB x 2)
                              160 GB
                              5400 RPM HD
                              DVD+/-RW Dual Layer LightScribe
                              WLAN 802.11a/b/g
                              Network interface
                              Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet PCI Controller (10/100/1000 NIC)
                              6-in-1 media reader
                              4 USB 2.0 ports,Firewire (1394a), ftware
                              Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X3100

                              External stuff:

                              P1900 P/S
                              SB1240 THX certified HD USB Sound card
                              Alpha Network WiFi Range Extender
                              Samsung external DVD
                              Sirius SC-H1 home tuner
                              I'll join ya Phil - though I pulled mine out of my old car 2 weeks ago.. and it's not going into the new car.
                              HP TC4400 TabletPC:
                              Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T7200
                              2.00 GHz, 4 MB L2 cache, 667 MHz FSB
                              Mobile™ Intel® 945GM Express Chipset
                              1.5 GB (1GB + 512 MB)
                              250 GB 7200 RPM HD
                              WLAN 802.11a/b/g
                              3 USB 2.0 ports w/USB hub
                              Sunlight-readable 12.1" screen in portrait mode
                              TVI-Electronics 12.1" resistive touch overlay
                              Windows 7 64bit

                              External:
                              P1900 P/S
                              BU-353 GPS
                              ElmScan 5 USB
                              Andrea SUMA sound card for mic


                              Latest pic I can find of it - the skin changed alot from this look.
                              Last edited by sargeants; 06-12-2013, 09:08 AM.
                              03 Hyundai Elantra GT {Worklog}
                              HP TC4400; 250GB SATA, WiFi, BT, 12.1" touch
                              RideRunner; w/ mobilephone.net, OBDMPG, mediaart, RRMedia, DFXVoice and more...
                              cmdRR tall skin creator

                              86 Pontiac Fiero SE 2m6
                              possible carpc install

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