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    I'm looking for a way to power my lcd screen other than cigarette lighter. I've read some people wire it directly to their psu. Is their any other options besides doing this?

    Another thing any opinions on how many watts a 1mhz celeron, 20g hd, dvd drive, built in video/audio would use? I don't have the pc yet so no way to test. Was just curious if it needed more that 150w.


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    Originally posted by lightningknight
    I'm looking for a way to power my lcd screen other than cigarette lighter. I've read some people wire it directly to their psu. Is their any other options besides doing this?

    Another thing any opinions on how many watts a 1mhz celeron, 20g hd, dvd drive, built in video/audio would use? I don't have the pc yet so no way to test. Was just curious if it needed more that 150w.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by lightningknight
      Another thing any opinions on how many watts a 1mhz celeron, 20g hd, dvd drive, built in video/audio would use? I don't have the pc yet so no way to test. Was just curious if it needed more that 150w.


      Thanks
      Hm... I think that setup would probably top 1.21GW.

      Better get yourself a Mr. Fusion.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by lightningknight
        a 1mhz celeron
        0.001Hz or 1000Hz? Either way that is some uber underclocking. Not sure you will be able toplay mp3s on it though.

        Originally posted by VanMan69
        Hm... I think that setup would probably top 1.21GW.

        Better get yourself a Mr. Fusion.
        Yeah and don't forget the flux capacitor or to hit 88mph to fire it up.

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