EDIT: Wait... no... i don't know now. Conflicting info.
Intel D945GCLF mATX motherboard
Windows XP Pro SP3
Intel Atom 1.6Ghz dual-core
I really need to take a weekend and get down there and check out freeflashstuff's install. It looks scary. :)
Why is there duct tape?
LOL, I noticed that too, but lol, duck tape fixes everythinggggggggggg, lol. On my install I use masking tape, but only to hold the wires in my head liner. When it heats up it gets super sticky and holds the wires up. Thankfully most are run through the metal framing.
My bad on the specs, its this board:
The 230, apparently.
The Opus is mounted on the top of the case. I think I sorted out the overheating issue, don't park in the sun! :lol: But I need to figure something else out to be a permanent solution.
The duct tape helps hold the top snug to the case.
You know what's scary? Most of the wires on the driver's side(factory and aftermarket) run either on top of or below a tube that connects to the gas tank. I have a pic somewhere.... I'll post it in a sec.
HiJack, pix of the panel:
completely closed up(pc is below cubby-hole):
Right now, the Opus is steady, but earlier it was blinking 5 times, but I think running the AUX fan at MAX speed cooled it down.
I guess I need to download Sketchup so I can view your designs and maybe try some of my own for future projects. Saul has a TruckPC install coming up... *devilish grin* Time to put my skills to the test. Hopefully it won't take 3 tries this time... :lol:
The case out of the inside of the panel
Wires runing by gas tube thingy
I added three fans. Hopefully that will solve some of the ventilation issues. I'll reinstall it tomorrow and see how it goes.
I didn't get it reinstalled today, my side panel is still ripped up. But, slightly off topic, I don't think my ISP likes Brando's web page. I can access it through a proxy, but otherwise, I get a cannot find server error... Weird...
PS: never mind, I see the pix. Yea designing something will be easy.