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    I was just reading the specs on the opus DCX6.250 PS

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    Quote Originally Posted by treetop777 View Post
    IYHO (In Your Humble Opinion) ?
    no. FACT.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeeshan0581 View Post
    I have a M2 and running AMD Athlon XP processor on it, but thats pretty much all it can run. I would recommend going with atleast a 250W power supply, spend the extra bucks, its worth it.
    AMD's are known to be less power than their Intel counterparts. I still do not reccommend a desktop chip with the M2. Just becase it *can* power it, doesnt mean it will do so well. The M2 can run overloaded for a little bit. The bigger the overload, the less time it can run. And when it goes, it goes out with a bang. Or usually a small fire taking the motherboard, ram and power supply with it. So save $50 now, and spend another $400 later. Or spend $50 now and to quote from that singing Bass fish "Dont worry, Be happy now"

    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
    You haven't read the specs of all the power supplies in the mp3car.com store, have you?

    The Opus models all have a shutdown controller.
    The DSATX has a shutdown controller.
    Hell, all the ATX-compatible PSUs in the store here have an integrated SDC.


    Quote Originally Posted by NightHawkFG View Post
    I was just reading the specs on the opus DCX6.250 PS
    So?
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    Lolll

    Quote Originally Posted by NightHawkFG View Post
    I was just reading the specs on the opus DCX6.250 PS
    I was just thinking the same thing mr toaster man

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    Just be warned. A big heatsink in the car is no good. All that heat on cold days will mean condensation in the winter which could be very very bad.
    You mean it's the other way around?

    Ie extreme cold temperatures via phase-change, where you would cool the heatsink down to below dew-point, and this will certainly cause condensation.

    a Hot heatsink in cold environment will only heat up the car interior, there will be no condensation.

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