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    Opus Power Supply (150W)

    Ok, I'm || close to ordering one now..

    Got an Inverter, and it by far isn't powerful enough - and by the time I get one which is, I might aswell have one of these.. also the clean shutdown, none shut off on crank and all the other nice features are tempting.

    I think it'll fit in my case.. it'll have to go where the floppy drive bay is tho.. but apart from a bit of case hacking, it should be fine..

    Now, convince me.. hehe, ccsnet has already said it's by far the best solution, and I think he's right - Just wish I hadn't tried the inverter way now.. gotta take that back!

    It'll be running an Epia M9000, an LG DVD Drive and a Small HDD.. so the 150W should be fine - AND, they have it in stock I believe.. I also would like to run a Xenarc 7002S (when they come in to digitalww!) from it - it's a clean supply so should be fine I believe?

    Would this work perfect for me?

    Daz.

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    Been searching and it definetly looks like the way to go!

    It'll be cool if the screen can be run off of it too!

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    I run my Xenarc screen off the Opus's 12v line . screen doesnt dim when I start the car. works great.
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    Yep, seriously thinking about ordering one tomorrow..

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    Where can you order one.
    I have e-mailed opus a few times but no response.
    Is there an online store that sells them ?
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    Hmm, Dunno, I was going to ring them direct..

    Daz.

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    order by phone!
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    New ITX version coming soon...

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    The 90w one? Seems like people have been waiting forever for it though! The 150w fits in my case, so I might aswell get that one!

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    I ordered mine by e-mailing them. We shot e-mails back and forth a few times with some questions I had. They sent an e-mail telling me everything that needed to be included with my PayPal order (address, phone, discounts, motherboard, etc..). Anyhow, I ordered it June 6 and got a confirmation e-mail June 7 telling me they'd e-mail me again when it shipped. I still haven't received the 2nd e-mail Oh well, they said 2-3 weeks and today is 3 weeks! I'm just anxious because everything else is in and ready to go, just waiting on the power supply & I'd like to have everything installed before my surgery July 8.

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