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    Quote Originally Posted by zootjeff
    Meaning of life.. Hmm. I've probably spent a good 4 years of my life on this car computer stuff... :-)
    I'll 2nd that! Carpc's is fer tha debil!

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    Where do you get the surface mount automotive snap on connectors from? I'm just trying to work out how best to handle the wiring for my under seat PC install and I have bought quick cable disconnects from a car shop. But ones I could mount onto the case could make it much easier to squeeze the PC under the seat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arathranar
    Where do you get the surface mount automotive snap on connectors from? I'm just trying to work out how best to handle the wiring for my under seat PC install and I have bought quick cable disconnects from a car shop. But ones I could mount onto the case could make it much easier to squeeze the PC under the seat.
    Surface Mount Automotive snap on connectors?

    I'm not sure what your talking about. Do you mean through the board mount? Where did you see these connectors?
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    4 standard 0.25 inch automotive faston connectors.
    These guys.
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    I've got some left. I'll sell you 10 of them for a 2 dollars.
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    Nation semi's simple switcher section is also a great place to start on switcher designs. The board layout can be tricky so it is best to study up on that. I have somed designs for descrete switchers around somewhere that can handle massive current.

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    When can I buy one? Have you produced any yet?
    I am in urgent need of a good psu

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    Quote Originally Posted by XBoy
    When can I buy one? Have you produced any yet?
    I am in urgent need of a good psu
    I have built and fully tested 3 of them. If some one wants one right now, I can sell it to you for 70. Shipped. But I can only sell one at the moment.

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    If xboy doesn't take it , I am ready to paypal you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zootjeff
    I have built and fully tested 3 of them. If some one wants one right now, I can sell it to you for 70. Shipped. But I can only sell one at the moment.

    -Jeff
    What are the amps for the other rails? I'm interested..this will for sure survive crank?

    And can any shutdown controller work with it?

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