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    No miracle's today. You will need the carnetix CNX-P1900. Its a great all in one power supply with 5v addon for the 19v carputers. SNO

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    Good info, thanks SNO. That PSU doesn't come cheap though, at $100.

    Was kind of hoping to only need an M2-ATX or similar, but I reckon the new ZOTAC E-350 and VIA Nano X2 boxes are too good to not buy at $230-ish (barebones). You get a lot of PC for your money.

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    Well I just lashed out and bought a Zotac Nano AD10 (the e350 model).
    Hopefully it will be here in a week or so and I can have a bit more of a play with it.
    If it isn't going to do the job I will use it as a media/extra pc

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    Where did you find it to order it? I haven't had much luck finding the thing available.

    Brent
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    1993 Nissan NX - Turbo Racer

    Standalone fuel management (AEM EMS) on both
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    I have been looking on ebay and found a few sources.
    Got put in touch with the ebay seller ivanhohk as he didn't have any currently listed I contacted him and he put me onto his website:
    www.ocfever.com which has it slightly cheaper than what it was listed on ebay.

    Hope that helps

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    Zotac Zbox Ad10-U

    NCIX shows >10 stock in their BC (Canada) warehouse, $241.30 CAD
    http://ncix.com/products/?sku=63939

    A earlier post was looking for a 19v power supply, MP3car has a Intelligent DC-DC Converter with USB Interface
    that using a usb connection can be adjusted to 19v,
    $59.95 USD
    http://store.mp3car.com/Intelligent_..._p/pwr-034.htm

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    Mine was only $13 more which I probably would have had to pay in shipping anyway.
    I also got them to throw in the 4GB of ram as well which bumped mine up a tad.

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