Interested in why you're choosing to go with the i3. What are your goals of this car pc?
I am new to this and am looking forward to the project of installing a CarPC. If you could look at the list below and tell me if I am missing anything or simply have advice it would be greatly appreciated.
LIAN LI PC-Q09A Silver Aluminum Mini-ITX Desktop Computer Case 80W DC to DC converter&84W AC to DC Adapter Power Supply
OCZ Vertex 2 120GB SSD
4GB DDR3 Dual Channel RAM
Intel Core i3 CPU
GIGABYTE GA-H55N-USB3 LGA 1156 Intel H55 HDMI USB 3.0 Mini ITX Intel Motherboard
The main thing I am worried about is powering the unit. If there is any advice I would like to hear, it's about the power. I would rather have a working unit and not fried equipment.
Thanks in advanced!
I don't really have any goal's per say. I just like the idea of having a PC in the car and if I'm going to have one, it's going to be one that will run anything I throw at it at any one time.Interested in why you're choosing to go with the i3. What are your goals of this car pc?
If you back down your stats it will be easier for you to source power supplies. I run a DSATX, but could step my entire setup down to an m2-atx if needed
navigation on Linux (2 of the three slowest things on Linux) without being slow. I'm not convinced it's "future-proofing" to go with a more expensive and more power consuming systems especially since even CF has plans on optimizing and being faster in the future.
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