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    Awesome. Any idea of where to get them in US dollars? lmao

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    look for threads by mikeh. he is mr carnetix - although i am drunk so could be wrong.

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    great, the one guy who knows what hes talkin about, and hes drunk. lmao

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    yeah well. i maybe drunk but i know my ****....kind of....well i am ****ed for the 4th time this week!

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    Emo,

    There are actually a couple of DC-DC PSU boards you could add to the +19V output of the P1900 to derive your ATX PSU interface for your mobo. Look at the C4-CT-DC150L and/or P4-CT-DC150 at the following site. However, as others have said, you'll need to do a bit of homework to figure out how much power your system will need.

    http://www.dc2dc.com/shopdisplayprod...nverter+Board#

    And, our drunk monkey is correct. The boards he posted links to will work also.

    Good luck!
    MikeH

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    :d

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    well thanks to all the uninformed assholes who said i couldnt be done.. Is there any reason this is not a good idea?


    Thanks for the real help. I think 140watts should be more than enough. I will have just an external DVD-RW drive, touch screen (monitor will be powered through the car), gps mouse, OBD-II, wireless keyboard, and that should be it..

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    Thanks for the real help
    No problem. If you want a bit more personal attention and quicker response...come on over to our support forum.
    http://www.carnetix.com/forum/index.php
    I try to get here (MP3Car) as often as possible, but sometimes it takes a few days.
    MikeH

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