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    any power supply that outputs 19v, and can support a load of 4.74 amps will work.

    so the carnetix 1900, and 2140 will work. or the dc-dc-usb will also work. all of these have a built in startup/shutdown controller, but another option is to add your own startup/shutdown controller like the standalone unit in the store..

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundman98 View Post
    any power supply that outputs 19v, and can support a load of 4.74 amps will work.

    so the carnetix 1900, and 2140 will work. or the dc-dc-usb will also work. all of these have a built in startup/shutdown controller, but another option is to add your own startup/shutdown controller like the standalone unit in the store..
    Ok, So how would I connect the power supply to this Mobo?
    Since it seems to have just Laptop like round plug?

    I am looking at both the Carnetix 2140 or this
    M3-ATX DC-DC ATX auto car PC power supply 125W PSU

    http://short-circuit.com/product/M3-ATX.html

    Would that work? and how would I hook it up?

    Thanx.

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    Maybe I am better off with a different Board?
    What I like about this is the built in Wifi and Bluetooth and still having open Pci slot.

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    This is the Doc for M3-ATX
    Really hoping to get this to work with the board?
    http://www.short-circuit.com/manuals...atx-manual.pdf

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    any of the m-series power supplies(m1/m2/m3/m4) will not work, as they will not output 19v. they are atx-compliant, so they only output 12v, 5v, and 3.3v...

    the 2140, 1900, or dc-dc-usb are your only options with that board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundman98 View Post
    any of the m-series power supplies(m1/m2/m3/m4) will not work, as they will not output 19v. they are atx-compliant, so they only output 12v, 5v, and 3.3v...

    the 2140, 1900, or dc-dc-usb are your only options with that board.
    Ok, but how does it hook up? do I need to cut and splice into the round direct plug in cable?

    and in that cable, is it just Feed(19v) and Ground? or is there also a 5v feed as well?

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    whoops, forgot that part. yes, you will need to either hack the plug off the original adapter, or locate another plug that you can connect to the power supply.

    the board has it's own on-board regulation, so the 19v is all that it needs. the board will do the rest..

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    Well I really wanted this board, mainly due to the onboard BT and Wifi.
    But am going a diff direction.
    I appreciate the help, but couldnt get enough info from carnetix and dont want to risk an investment.
    I think my new choice will be
    http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=iIZKMXSj0jZKiebE#

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    Quote Originally Posted by planethax View Post
    Well I really wanted this board, mainly due to the onboard BT and Wifi.
    But am going a diff direction.
    I appreciate the help, but couldnt get enough info from carnetix and dont want to risk an investment.
    I think my new choice will be
    http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=iIZKMXSj0jZKiebE#
    the zacate board is superior to that one in every way. amd's fusion cpu is showing benchmarks leading the intel boards by good margins, and in cases of 3d video the amd boards are making intel look bad.

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    Hello all.
    I am sorry...I know this is an old thread but I have some good news!! For those of you still wondering about the AT3iONT-i Delux board...I have had one for quite some time now and called the Mfgr immediately after I purchased the unit to see what it would do with a 12vdc supply. They confirmed my suspicions...as long as you use laptop drives, it will run just fine off 12vdc!!! There is nothing on the board that requires more than 12v!! Go to Raido Shack and buy a plug that fits and run it straight to your ignition circuit...set BIOS to "last state" for power failure setting. When you turn on the ign, the PC boots right up!!!

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