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    m1 or p1900??

    ok, what should i do?

    i have this case - Travla Mini-ITX C138 Aluminium Case with 120W PSU

    now i was planning to buy the M1-ATX 90Wbut i have been told the Carnetix CNX-P1900 140W Dual Output Power Regulator would be better. I no that the p1900 has alot more power but is it a better option ??

    cheerz
    Nem

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    YOu already have power supply. The Carnetix is designed to work with the power supply you already have.
    The M1 is a replacement for what you already have.

    Understand that the Carnetix only regulates the power from the battery (which will fluctuate) to provide a constant voltage to a device that requires it, like the PSU in your Travala.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    yar i no the carnetix is a regulator but which is the better way of doing things, psu and regulator or new psu ??

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    Hmm....I kinda like the P1900 myself.....

    Seriously, what processor are you running in your C138? If it's a P4 you may be better off with the P1900. Just my 2 cents....
    MikeH

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    heres my rig

    Travla Mini-ITX C138 Aluminium Case with 120W PSU
    Via Epia M10000 Motherboard
    512 pc2700 ram
    60 gig 2.5 HDD
    slim line dvd/cdrw
    linitx plus touchscreen
    bu-303 gps

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeH
    Hmm....I kinda like the P1900 myself.....
    Yeah, but you're more than a little biased.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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