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  • New smaller SFF Shuttle with external power brick...

    http://www.tbreak.com/forums/showthread.php?p=214398

    Nothing special, just interesting.

    Wonder what the ratings on that power-brick are...

    [H] Quote: They power it with an ATI 9100, gank the AGP and pull the PSU out as well. Not a gaming box for sure, but good for many other things.

    -Mario

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    still too big.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [H]Bugster
      still too big.
      This I know, that's why I said "Nothing special, just interesting".

      -Mario

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      • #4
        Originally posted by m3rdpwr
        http://www.tbreak.com/forums/showthread.php?p=214398

        Nothing special, just interesting.

        Wonder what the ratings on that power-brick are...

        [H] Quote: They power it with an ATI 9100, gank the AGP and pull the PSU out as well. Not a gaming box for sure, but good for many other things.

        -Mario
        On the picture of the rear of the case, you can see the power connector.
        DC In 12v 15A by the look of it
        4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Skraggy_uk
          On the picture of the rear of the case, you can see the power connector.
          DC In 12v 15A by the look of it
          Yeah noticed and confirmed that after the fact from a review.

          Thanks...

          -Mario

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          • #6
            So, if you wanted to use that as a carpc how would you go about regulating that for a DC-DC setup? Its seems most people are struggling to regulate around 5amps let alone 15.
            My CarPC install piccies http://www.celica-club.co.uk/cgi-bin...at=561&thumb=1

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            • #7
              Originally posted by NJay
              So, if you wanted to use that as a carpc how would you go about regulating that for a DC-DC setup? Its seems most people are struggling to regulate around 5amps let alone 15.
              Don't know.

              I would assume (I know), the 12v is a pass through similar to the casetronics one.

              That being the case, good luck to us...

              -Mario

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