New carputer build, looking for feedback
I'm new to the forums here, but I have lots of experience with mobile and ITX builds. But one can't know it all, and feedback is critical, so that said...
I'm working on building an ITX system for my 01 Hyundai Tiburon to replace the stock radio. It's a double din so everything should fit in the dash. Specs i'm considering:
4th Gen i7 (4771)
PCIe 3.0 graphics card.
It's a lot of boom for a car PC, but the goal is to make it a gamer for on-the-go starcarft satisfaction. Which leads me 2 several distinct questions. First and most importantly, are there any DC-DC PSUs that would be able to push a rig like thus on its own? If not, is it wise to splice a few to get the desire Voltage and Amperage? More to the point, investing in 2 or 3 160 watt pico-psus. Keeping one dedicated to the ATX socket, and other(s) spice off the 12v leads to feed the motherboard's 8 pin and video card's 6 pin. Likewise I imagine cooling is going to a monstrous undertaking. For those that have done high-power dash installs, are there any recommendations?
Thanx in advance!