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    2001 Mitsubishi Galant Install

    Well after a year of ing ing , and of cource saving a lot of money for parts i have finally assembled my first carputer.


























    Hardware list
    VIA EPIA-M10000
    XENARC 700TS LCD
    SCANTOOLS OBD2
    WIFI PCI CARD
    40G HARDDRIVE
    OPUS 150
    PANASONIC SLIMLINE DVDROM
    SANDISK EXTREME 1G CF CARD
    512MB PC2700 333MHz SDRAM
    JATON GeFORCE2 MX440
    SOUND BLASTER AUDIGY 2 USB
    PHAROS GPS RECIEVER

    Other Parts
    Audiobahn 800 Watt Box
    Audiobahn 800 Watt AMP
    Alpine Speakers/Tweeters
    Legacy 400 Watt amp for the speakers
    Optima Yellow top battery
    AC poweracoustics 5 Farad capacitor

    Description:
    Im running Road Runner on Windows XP Embedded of a 1G CF card with Minlogon + Ewf. The soundcard is hooked up to my 2 amplifiers one for subwoofers and one speakers. This soundcard quality is actually incredible comparing it to my old Alpine receiver. The installation too a little over 15 hours to complete due to the fact that I had to remove my old setup first. I chose windows xp embedded because I wanted a challenge of getting a system to run as lite as possible. The video output is 800x480 at 60 hertz which is exactly what it should be, and yes the xenarc osd actually shows me that.


    Thanx for looking and let me know what you think...

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    looks nice :-D mold the screen get rid of the wood trim lol

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    agreed about the wood.

    nice puter
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    crap factor: 100%

    new carpc finished, thinking of way to mount HDD
    and not installed yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdjxklusivex
    looks nice :-D mold the screen get rid of the wood trim lol
    I Will

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    Put some more holes in that case dood ur gonna fry that mobo in a case that cramped.

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    i'm going to remove the motherboard this weekend and DRILL DRILL DRILL. Hopefully then it should be ok with the cooling. Also i have to stick a bigger fan in there.

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    A case fan will help the tep a lot ( I did not see one maybe just not showing)
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    Well i have officially made swiss cheese out of this box. I have drilled alot of holes and put 3 fans on it. Now when i run everything the temperature is at about 110-125F.

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    should be more than adequate


    Looks good, and I agree with the faceplate.
    2003 VW Jetta Wagon 1.9L TDI 5 speed
    <|||-------> 35% ish

    CarNetix P1280 80w
    EPIA TC10000 Mobo, 512MB SODIMM DDR, 160GB HD, Orinoco 802.11b, Hollux GPS (USB), 12dBi Omni Antenna


    Waiting on:
    DWW-700M 7" 1-DIN Display :-D (2 weeks maybe!)

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    I also have a galant '02 that I'm working...I'm put my PC next the 10" sub against the back seats...I'll post as get home...was it pain to move the AC control to the bottom...how did you hold them in place?

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