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    Question Intel Freeman ZX mobo power?

    Could someone help me identify what type of power connection is on an Intel Freeman ZX motherboard? I would like to use this for my car's mp3 pc project and need to know what type of power connection it is (AT or ATX) before purchasing the DC-DC power supply. Thanks in advance for your help!

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    If is the motherboard that's pictured below it uses an ATX type power supply.



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    J,

    Thanks for your help in identifying the ATX power connection! Looks like I'll have to dish out extra money for a DC-DC ATX power supply from KPI (http://www.keypower.com/DC_power/DX-200Q.htm).

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    No prob. You can either dish out the cash for Keypower, or if your handy with a solding iron and can get PCB's etched you may want to build a DC-DC power supply. I found a design on Sproggy's web site that I'm going to be building because I can't really afford the $174 USD that Keypower wanted.

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