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    will open board opus fit in c134?

    just the board, will it fit in a c134 case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sr_ryan1
    just the board, will it fit in a c134 case?
    I'm not sure about that opus board, but i know that the DS70N on the www.soltronixstore.com site will definately fit. I actually called the company and they told me it was designed for that case.
    I've got a new car, but this one doesn't have a carputer. Definately a situation to be rectified. Sell me a DWW-700M!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcreedjr
    I'm not sure about that opus board, but i know that the DS70N on the www.soltronixstore.com site will definately fit. I actually called the company and they told me it was designed for that case.
    Interesting power supply. I wonder if it regulates the power, however, as it doesn't explicitly say it does.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Soltronix
    Octanium's extremely compact DuraWatt™ DS-70N 12 Volt DC-DC Power Supply is the ultimate power solution for so this digital revolution, adding “smarts” to motor-vehicle electrical power. It conditions and converts unregulated 12-volt DC to deliver up to 70 watts of output power, eliminating the need for costly power invertors. This makes it ideally suited for the delicate electronics of digital devices, plus many low-power, commercially available motherboards.Formfactor was design to fit into common Mini-ITX Cases manufactured by Casetronics

    Well it looks like it is, and disigned for in car use. Can anyone confirm this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man
    Well it looks like it is, and disigned for in car use. Can anyone confirm this?

    Specification page lists Vin at 8 - 15 Vdc, looks good.

    $150 without fancy shutdown circuitry of Opus

    Now if we could just get the C134 case without a PS for <$100.

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    build my case yesterday with 134 and 90w opus, it will not fit.

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    so it really want fit that sucks ill keep looking around for other psu or maybe try the one mcreedjr listed.

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