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    ASUS AT3IONT-I Deluxe board

    I want to power the new ASUS AT3IONT-I Deluxe in my van. The board has DC power built in, and comes with a 90W Adapter & Power Cord. Great for HTPC users, not so much for me. How could I power this board without using an inverter?

    They also make a non-deluxe version which does not have on-board power or wifi...and is impossible to find for sale in the US.

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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    you might be able to power it using a laptop-type power supply, as long as the voltage output of the a/c adapter, and the dc-dc unit are the same--i can't seem to find the voltage output of the power supply, so can't be sure..

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    Yes, that most likely will be the best way to go. I have found a couple of websites that may sell what I need when I determine the voltage. http://www.lindelectronics.com and http://powerstream.com seem like they may be helpful, but that solution is also expensive.

    I ordered that board today and hopefully will be able to make some progress when it arrives.

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    P2140 will do it as long as you set it up right. I am using that now to power my carpc and works. that board is really nice. It is the upgrade to the one i got a few months ago.
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    You'll have to take a standard intelligent automotive PSU and cut off a hard drive connector then take the yellow wire (+12 volts) and the black wire closest to it and then connect them to the power connector from the included power supply.

    The startup/shutdown control will just be taken care of by the power button header on the motherboard. Most intelligent PSUs just have a connector that hooks up to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulF View Post
    You'll have to take a standard intelligent automotive PSU and cut off a hard drive connector then take the yellow wire (+12 volts) and the black wire closest to it and then connect them to the power connector from the included power supply.

    The startup/shutdown control will just be taken care of by the power button header on the motherboard. Most intelligent PSUs just have a connector that hooks up to it.

    careful about the power requirements-- i know some of the zotac and intel boards with a single power input require a 19 volt dc power supply-- so a standard atx power supply might or might not work, depending on the board.

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    this is what i use just cut the light socket adapter off and wire to 12v fused line

    http://www.canadacomputers.com/index...id=NBK.276.844

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    that would work, assuming that it outputs the correct voltage.

    but that would not auto power on/off the computer-- you need a inteligent power supply to do that

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    So when I get the board in a few days, how do I determine the voltage? Is it possible the power supply adapter will have the voltage printed on it?

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    sorry to step on your toes PaulF...

    the power will more than likely be 19v (power brick info - first place i looked)

    ima go out on a limb here and guess that power brick is the same (19v?) as the itxion and mag from zotac, assume they are the same -HERE- is 1 power solution (read thoroughly cause its not perfect) that was reviewed.

    P2140 is a bit over kill IMHO but so is the board for a car pc...

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