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    Will OPUS 150 power this lot

    O.k here is the system i am planning

    1. Epia M10000 motherboard
    2. 256 MB memory
    3. 60 GB HDD
    4. 7" lilliput touchscreen
    5. TV PCI card
    6. Keyboard +mouse (USB)
    7. Belkin wireless network card
    8. Soundcard (USB)
    9. 4 port USB Hub for any additional things i think of

    Can someone please tell me if the OPUS 150 will be enough to power this little lot. Have tried but got lazy

    Many thanks in advance

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    no, it will drain your battery and your opus will overheat and wont be covered by waranty

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    haha, should be fine. M10000's consume so little.
    Mods: 18" Boss rims,Twin custom stainless exhaust,cold air induction.
    Sound: Pioneer 7400 HU & 6x9's,12" Vibe Sub,600W Kenwood amp.
    CarPC: MicroATX, Inverter, WinTV, Lilliput 7", USB GPS
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoraXP
    no, it will drain your battery and your opus will overheat and wont be covered by waranty
    Yes, it will certanly burst in flames.

    Nickb20, that's not even half of what some of the people here have powered from the Opus 150. Should be fine, but for your rest check www.mini-box.com . They have a power simulator there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoraXP
    no, it will drain your battery and your opus will overheat and wont be covered by waranty
    I heard you get twice as much power from the OPUS if you put red to black and black to red. that's like 300 HP! OH MAN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickb20
    O.k here is the system i am planning

    1. Epia M10000 motherboard
    2. 256 MB memory
    3. 60 GB HDD
    4. 7" lilliput touchscreen
    5. TV PCI card
    6. Keyboard +mouse (USB)
    7. Belkin wireless network card
    8. Soundcard (USB)
    9. 4 port USB Hub for any additional things i think of
    The 150 watt will certainly cover it. I even think the 90 watt should handle it. Those M10000 boards donít use much power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robiewp
    I heard you get twice as much power from the OPUS if you put red to black and black to red. that's like 300 HP! OH MAN!
    i put a turbo on mine, got it up to 350BHP, ihear they can handle 100HP of NOS too...
    Mods: 18" Boss rims,Twin custom stainless exhaust,cold air induction.
    Sound: Pioneer 7400 HU & 6x9's,12" Vibe Sub,600W Kenwood amp.
    CarPC: MicroATX, Inverter, WinTV, Lilliput 7", USB GPS
    http://www.no1knows.com/galleries/

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    Excellent thanks guys, sounds like i will have plenty in reserve for any expansions i want to make aswell. Thanks again

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    sounds like it will be a great install nick. Keep us posted
    car computer rev 5: 8" lilliput and usual suspects

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    Im 99.999% certain that my Opus 90w can handle that.
    Mine needs to be updated.

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