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    Wiring ITPS to Opus 90W

    I am confused with wiring the ITPS (http://www.mp3car.com/products/itps.html) to the Opus 90Watt.
    I am also using a mini atx board.
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    I thought the purpose of getting an expensive PSU (ie. Opus) was so you didn't need an ITPS. I thought the OPUS provided regulated power. Am I wrong?
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    You don't need the ITPS with the Opus. The Opus does everything you need


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    Really? told u I was confused (actually Muldrick)
    anywho, that answers the question eh!
    Guess I can send itps back.
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