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Thread: Sweet new little P4 barebones. Looks promissing.

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    Sweet new little P4 barebones. Looks promissing.

    Here is the review: http://www.enscape.net/?id=177
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    This thing has been around forever! We have 8 of them in our office, and i currently am using one for my carputer
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    Is it a standatd power connecter to the MB or "goofy" like the Dell connector?
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    only 143 + s/h at ebuyer.com

    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...129500&_LOC=US

    they got ok reseller ratings too.
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    can you replace the power supply with an ITPS? will it fit in the case or have to be external?

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    its all standard...i'm putting my opus in tomorrow
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    Sony Xplode 10in Sub, Rockford 600w amp
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    OPUS PSU's don't seem to work in them. Also there is a new 800Mhz FSB version out there now.

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    mines fast enough for me

    Opus should work...or i'm returning it

    No reason why it wouldn't work though
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    Yes, I agree OPUS should work, but like I said, it doesn't.

    I have an OPUS and the ASUS pundit, they don't work together and Kris at OPUS was no help at all.

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    Well he will be sorry if he provided me with incorrect information and is not willing to stand behind his product He assured me that it would work, therefor i expect it to.
    I plan on installing it tonight ... so we'll c
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    7" Lilliput LCD
    P4 2.8ghz 512mb 120gb
    Windows XP Pro, VOICES
    Sony Xplode 10in Sub, Rockford 600w amp
    Pioneer 6x9's and 4x6's, Kenwood 4ch amp
    Black Widow Alarm with Pager

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