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    Variable Bitrate PaCMaYNE's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauri
    To transfer a system as tells you auto I think both' one not good idea.
    You will surely have problems in the food everything.
    I think you is able suffered to exclude a DC-DC as feeding.
    He thinks about using inverter DC-AC, but if the 300W that they serve you they are those real, also to make to work not correctly a proper inverter for that in demand power and' easy.
    You will surely have problems of planning of feeding.........
    I would lower the CPU, in auto an EPIA works very well, I don't see the utility' of a based system on a P4 to 3.0 Gz....

    Wishes!

    that was tough to translate

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaCMaYNE
    that was tough to translate
    Excuse me for my English, but I am Italian as before language I speak that

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    Forget about the inverter idea. I plugged it in today and there were MAD noise. I am going with an OPUS.

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