Type: Posts; User: chris_h; Keyword(s):
bump new price
*** SOLD ***
Had in my 2008 tacoma for a few years now. Worked great the whole time. I did have some issues with an old standard HDD in super cold days (I live in Vermont), so I switched it out...
you've got a few options with the DN2800MT.
you could use the on board power and do some sort of 12V regulation outside the case
you could also use the on-board "P2" (it's half of a typical P4...
you could list what hardware you plan to use and we could give you some better advice
the M4-atx is a bit more work to get...
bump for new price
i checked it out and it will fit fine and definitely cover all my needs
i'd be down for a trade if you are
That might work. I was actually considering a head unit for a second car I'm working on. Let me look into it and see if it will work and I'll get back to you.
Do you have an email that I can contact...
I still have it for sale
Will happily entertain any offers
Just want to get some stuff out of my office!
I didn't mention in the ad -- I'm definitely open to offers, as well!
2/9/12 -- SOLD
This is a steal!
awesome! glad it worked out well.
the fitpc's are cool little systems. i had one of those for awhile as a mediaPC in my house.
have fun with your project :D
+1 this fixed my driver woes
i had lost my original drivers, and didn't have any stored on the server. Went to liilliput's website and it's a mess. Most of their .zip's are empty or corrupt.
for my own records... (and anyone else who's interested)
DC-DC-USB is killer for "external" automotive power regulation
i've had great success with those
tough part is wiring the power switch to your system. That'll require some fabrication.
I would recommend a 12v or 19v, 80w minimum (depending on your system).
Seasonic, Migrus, etc
A "Level 5" would be preferable
The lovely thing about M2-atx psu's is that they're wide-input, and...
thank you much for the investigative work and follow-up. much appreciated!
your image is busted
In all fairness...
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posted new thread in classifieds on: 5/9/2011
don't use the radio shack variable power supplies. i've had so many customers ruin their products with radio shack's subpar products.
grab an AC adapter of choice and mate it to this DC jack-to-p4...
i would recommend an Extreme Environments (EE) drive or an SSD like you said
if you grab hold of the white surround with a pair of small pliers it will slide upwards on the pins. you can pull it right off this way. no need to break it off. you can then use a standard 2.54mm...
there's a few i series mb's out there with integrated/on-board nvidia graphics that will use <100watts and do anything you'd need (save for hardcore gaming)