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    FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    PRICE: 250 + shipping (shouldn't be over ~$10)




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    * Jetway J7F3 series motherboard with following specs
    - Support AMD Geode NX processor in Socket 462 packaging of FSB 133MHz
    - Support AMD Geode™ NX 1250 / 1500 / 1750 Series and Low Voltage Edition Included
    - SiS 741CX North Bridge Chipset + SiS 964 South Bridge Chipset
    - 1 * 184-pin DIMM Sockets for unbuffered DDR 333 / 266 SDRAM up to 1 GB
    - 1 * 32-bit PCI Slot / 1 * 2xAD Connector With Expansion Daughter Boards
    - Embedded SiS 964 South Bridge Chipset Supports 2 Serial ATA HDDs with RAID 0, 1 Function
    - Realtek RT8201CL 10 / 100 PCI LAN PHY
    - 2 * Ultra DMA 133 / 100 / 66 IDE Devices Support
    - Embedded 8 * High Speed USB @ 480 Mbit / s
    Has the AMD Geode NX 1750
    http://www.jetwaycomputer.com/spec/J7F3-Series.pdf

    More info on the proc/motherboard here:
    http://www.amd.com/us-en/Connectivit...E10861,00.html

    I chose the Geode because of it's low power consumption (14w) and it's superiority to VIA processors.

    * 512MB PC2100 DDR RAM

    * 80GB 2.5" Hitachi hard drive

    *Opus 120 power supply


    I have all cables needed for the power supply (one molex connector has been cut off to hook a monitor up to) and I will supply a 3.5" to 2.5" IDE cable for the hard drive. I also have the motherboard manual (but no original box) and the I/O backplate. Everything is in perfect working order, I just don't have a use for this stuff anymore.

    I have numerous references with lots of high dollar trades:
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    http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=41890
    http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showth...light=prochobo

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    Re: FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    Ttt




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    Re: FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    how is this powered and how is the video signal sent to a monitor? some tips



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    Re: FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    ooga booga



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    Re: FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    Quote Originally Posted by 2000Gator View Post
    how is this powered and how is the video signal sent to a monitor? some tips
    The power supply has a wiring harness that plugs into it. The other end connections to your +12v, Ground, and remote wires to give it power and tell it when to turn on/off. Then, there is the standard 20-pin ATX connector which connects from the power supply to the motherboard. There are also molex connections which power peripheral devices such as hard drives, optical drives (CD/DVD), etc.

    The video signal is sent through a VGA cable to the touchscreen monitor. Depending on what type of monitor you have, the actual touchscreen will interface using USB or a serial connection to the computer in addition to the VGA cable.

    All wires needed to install the computer will be included as well.




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    Re: FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    ttt




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    Re: FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    Trades? Let me know




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    Re: FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    so wut would be need to make this complete?




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    Re: FS: Carputer - 1.4ghz AMD, 512MB RAM, 80GB, Opus 120

    yeah im interested if I knew how to hook it all up



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