2004 350Z Installation part 3.....
No, there wasn't any documentation of installation part 2 and it didn't work out well anyway, SO, We started over, some things stayed the same, some things didn't. One of the biggest parts that didn't stay the same was the computer itself. I posted this in another thread, but think it needs to go here instead.
*=Old build parts still in use.
Motherboard: Kino 9452 R11
CPU: Intel Core 2 duo Merom, T7600 2.33ghz Socket M
RAM: 2GB DDR2 800 (overkill, but it's what I had)
Harddrive: Samsung 160gb Readydrive Hybrid
15in1 USB memory card reader w/CF card slot w/8gb CF "Extreme" card
Mini-PCI broadcom 54G Wireless card
PCI 5 port USB card
The OTHER Tunes:
Visteon HDZ300 w/Mitch's serial cable
*XM Direct w/mp3car usb
*Soundgraph iMon Ultrabay (Antec) programmable button/knob/ir remote interface
*Old Xenarc 700TSV with new touch overlay (yeah, I broke it trying to reseat)
D-Link 7 port powered 2.0 USB Hub
The OTHER player:
*USB DVD/CDRW in the dash
The Finder (GPS):
Microsoft GPS (Pharos)
Verizon USB (720 EVDO) w/ "Hidden" 13dBi Antenna
*Andrea Superbeam stereo microphone/USBD2-A Adapter
Since it is all I have current pictures of, lets start with the computer/case. These pictures are with the DVD and PCI card removed to show everythings location. Note that the 15in1 cardreader is external using internal USB connections. The board doesn't have firewire and I'm using the audio connector internally for the HQCT and Visteon, so that's why the cables are cut.
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Not sure if you can see the power connectors, but they are: 3 plugs for M2-ATX, 3 plugs Ultrabay, 2 plugs for 5V to power the D-Link Hub, and 2 plugs spare.
One great thing about this mobo...audio control down to the individual speaker.
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