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  • Poll: What PSU Setup are you using

    Just wondering how everyone is powering their motherboard.

    Please post your mobo and your psu setup.
    Mobile Celeron 1.6GHz 30W,ASUS P4S800-MX, Audigy 2, Kingston DDR266 256MB

  • #2
    Epia M10K
    M1-ATX
    89 Supra Turbo

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    • #3
      Epia Mii12000
      M1-atx
      Carputer HIFI car stereo project!
      [XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX-]
      95% COMPLETE! FINALIZING SOFTWARE PLATFORM!

      [XXXXXX--------------]
      30% COMPLETE! CAPUTER Version 2.0! Hardware FAILING! CARPUTER BLEW UP! AND NOW MONITOR TOO! WTF?!

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      • #4
        asus A7N266-VN
        opus 150w
        Never let the truth get in the way of a good story

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        • #5
          Epic MINI-ITX TC 10K
          NVD 12SC12, 12 dc-dc converter
          Plan for project = 100%
          Part the project. = 100%
          Built...................= 99%
          Finish.................= 99%
          Install ...............= 99% -50%
          Ditail at 4u2n.dk
          Here

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          • #6
            Gigabyte / AMD XP2200+
            iEi 170W DC/DC ATX power supply
            Dual Battery
            Nano ITX / 512 MB / 60 GB / Panasonic slot load / M1-ATX / Bu303 / Sound blaster 24 / PPi amps / rockford sub

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            • #7
              Something I stole out of an old Gateway / PIII 933
              Tank Circuit

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              • #8
                CarPC EZ 2.4 -> Inverter -> ATX PSU

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                • #9
                  EPIA-V and M1-ATX
                  Compaq Evo D510 e-PC - P4 2.0 - 512M RAM - 120G 3.5 HD - 7" Xenarc 700TSV - DSATX fitted nicely inside the PC case

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                  • #10
                    Epia MII12000
                    Opus 90 watt

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                    • #11
                      Epia 10k
                      M1-atx

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                      • #12
                        $20 lawn tractor battery isolated by a $5 30A relay powering a $39 400W inverter which powers a free 120 watt computer power supply. Works great, immune to crank, cheap, it wont drain the main battery if the computer stays on too long, it's nice to have a 110V outlet in the dash, and when I want to work on the carputer in the garage I just unplug it from the inverter and plug it into an extension cord. Now I know this setup is inefficient and that troubled me very badly. I crunched all the numbers and this gross inefficiency affected my gas mileage! My actual miles per gallon went down by .000173% or in actual distance, a whole three quarters of an inch! I can live with that.
                        Chris Krug
                        owner, turbine minivan
                        http://www.youtube.com/krugtech

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by turbochris
                          ...this gross inefficiency affected my gas mileage! My actual miles per gallon went down by .000173% or in actual distance, a whole three quarters of an inch!
                          Shame on you...
                          Compaq Evo D510 e-PC - P4 2.0 - 512M RAM - 120G 3.5 HD - 7" Xenarc 700TSV - DSATX fitted nicely inside the PC case

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                          • #14
                            And again:
                            Epia M10000
                            M1-ATX
                            Stage 1:[||||||||||||||||||||] 100%

                            Epia M10000, Lilliput 7' TS (modded), Teac DV28-SL, Globalsat BU-303, Maxtor 40GB 7200rpm, 512 MB pc3200, M1-ATX, Kenwood KDC-W6527SE

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by turbochris
                              $20 lawn tractor battery isolated by a $5 30A relay powering a $39 400W inverter which powers a free 120 watt computer power supply. Works great, immune to crank, cheap, it wont drain the main battery if the computer stays on too long, it's nice to have a 110V outlet in the dash, and when I want to work on the carputer in the garage I just unplug it from the inverter and plug it into an extension cord. Now I know this setup is inefficient and that troubled me very badly. I crunched all the numbers and this gross inefficiency affected my gas mileage! My actual miles per gallon went down by .000173% or in actual distance, a whole three quarters of an inch! I can live with that.
                              Wow, that is some horrible gas mileage you are getting, if .000173% is equal to 3/4".

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