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    Powering PC

    How do most people power their carputers and lcd screens? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGTX24
    How do most people power their carputers and lcd screens? Thanks
    With the car battery..

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    well yeah but...how do you connect the pc to the car battery

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    Ampw ire running to wherever the dc-dc powersupply is and then to computer OR Plug in an inverter into your car and then use a standard ac-dc power supply to computer.
    Thats about all the options I can think about.

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    NOS!
    Seriously what did you think was the purpose of this Power Supplies section?
    I personally use an Opus 90w.
    Mine needs to be updated.

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