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    Why is it so big?

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    Pictures updated for the new screen I installed today. They are also changed in the origional post. Also totally re-wired the system to be much cleaner. I will take a few more pictures in the next day or so.

    You can read my full review of the screen HERE

    Brightness was down at about 15 for night driving, which is why it looks so dim.
    Both Screens Open


    Up Close Open


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    Wow! Dual screens is awesome!
    Looks really nice and slick. That has got to be a ~$2000 setup. Looks really really good.

    P.S. You have a lot of fingerprints on your screens
    AMD XP 2600+/512MB RAM/120GB hard drive
    Opus 150W/DVD/GPS/7" Lilliput TS/802.11g/Bluetooth
    Installed.


    -GPSSecure- - GPS Tracking
    -AltTabber2.2.2- - Handy touchscreen utility.

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    Yeah Yeah, I gotta take better pics. I will challenge Xzibit any day!

    It's taken a lot of work, and the first incarnation of my carputer in the old car looked......well.......we'll just ignore that.

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    What cpu case are you using? It looks ideal for my needs.

    Thanks

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    I'm using the Travla C158-120W This one comes with the low profile heatsink/fan combo you need for the P4 to work in it. I'm not using the 120w DC-DC that it came with. If you're not using a P4 you can get the 60W or 90W versions. And I think they're cheaper.

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    that looks really great. you should be real proud of that.

    do you run the heat and the ac with the in-dash open (i see it is in front of the vents)

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    I am real proud of it. Not pictured is the Griffin Powermate that I added in. That thing makes controlling the system so much easier. Plus I can have control with the screen closed.

    But to answer your question, yes I do run the A/C with it open. The only time I really have a problem is at night, because it's so %$*#ing humid down here in Florida that a lot of condensation gets on the unit. So I have to be careful of that.

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    What frontend software are you using in that pic? And what skin?

    Not seen it before.

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    It's FrodoPlayer with the BrightLife skin

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