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    7-pin simply means S-video + composite in one connector.

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    I'm sold on this board. Just ordered one for my new CarPC! I'll use my existing M2-ATX with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crooper View Post
    I'm sold on this board. Just ordered one for my new CarPC! I'll use my existing M2-ATX with it.
    I just got this board today and its not bad, resume from hibernation is about
    20 sec, and with the CoreAVC codec installed it plays 1080P .mkv files
    just fine.

    But my exsisting M2-ATX power supply wont work with out an adapter
    like this one.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16812200084

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    Just received this.

    Next day delivery from Germany with the cheapest shipping option, nice one CarTFT! (But fix the damn website please)

    Paid a bit more than I otherwise would have buying from the UK, due to higher German VAT and shipping, but I don't want to wait no more.

    Installing WHS on it as we speak, can't wait!
    (Yea this is to be used on my home server, not the car PC.)

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    New Boot Time

    TinyXP wasn't working for me (locked up after playing one MP3) so I did a full install of XP Pro 64.

    New boot time with nothing but drivers installed 55 seconds, 10 seconds more than it was with TinyXP. I think it's a worthy tradeoff. I may try installing XP 32 to see how it compares.

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    xp pro sp2, drivers only 35 seconds from pushing the power button to the desktop having its icons etc on it. thats a full boot, not a resume

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    ooohhh seems pretty quick...

    What sort of resume from hibernate are you getting with how much ram?
    I installed my carpc into my pet Kangaroo, mate.

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    no point in resuming or hibernating... it isnt that much quicker and there seems to be a million and one things that crap out with that..

    1GB ram tho

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    What do you mean?
    The difference between hibernating and resuming compared to shutting down, booting and having to load my FE is staggering. In the order of minutes actually.

    I've never had an issue with things not working when hibernating/resuming...

    I'll still be ordering the board anyway, but was just curious.
    I installed my carpc into my pet Kangaroo, mate.

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    i use RR and i get music playing before the front end or windows desktop has finished loading fully
    RR only takes a handfull of seconds to load anyway

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