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Thread: Testing Opus 150 via ATX - Computer is Continually Rebooting

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    Low Bitrate MibMib's Avatar
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    Jan 2006
    400Watt CarPC power supply for powerfull systems- thaks for Beta testers- it was perfect.

    Remember - AMD Athlon XP (socket A) powers from 5v rail in most times !

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    May 2005
    San Clemente, CA
    Are you having reboot issues in your car or have you even run it there yet??
    Audio: 4 * Rainbow Audio Germs + Infinity Basslink / Case: iStarUSA S3 / CPU: C2D P8700 / MB: Jetway NC64-LF / SC: ASUS Xonar Essence STX / RAM: Crucial 2x1GB 1066MHz / HD: MTRON 2.5" 30GB / DVD: Panasonic UJ-815B / PSU: Opus 180w / LCD: Xenarc 700TSV

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    Constant Bitrate long.1's Avatar
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    Melbourne, Australia
    Hi WiCKeD 5.9L,

    The reboot issues are purely with the PC inside on my workbench. The whole PC is still in the construction/setup phase, so it hasn't graduated to the car yet. After I get all my components mounted in my custom box, I'll trial things in the car - hopefully in the next month, time permitting. FYI - My Worklog.



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    Gladstone, QLD, Australia
    Forgive me if this is an ignorant statement. It is 4 am and I need sleep.
    To me the most obvious solution would be to use a 12v car battery instead of an atx psu. You could simulate ignition with a simple switch.

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