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Thread: Review: M4-ATX 250 Watt Intelligent Power Supply

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    Lightbulb M4-ATX has been out for a while now, but...

    we have found an issue where the PSU fails to boot up under certain input voltage scenarios.

    Check out this post I created on the issue:http://www.johngaltsystems.com/blog/m4-atx-brownout/

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    Good reading!
    Thanks for all the helpful information fellow car Geeks!
    I just purchased the same m4-atx and I'm having hard time figuring out how to connect this thing. (First time carPC build, I'm ashamed to say!)
    I'm looking for clarification on 5 pin connector and such.
    The instructions were indeed horrific for a first timer!
    I can connect the essentials and get it going. Being more cautious than any thing!

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