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Thread: Why does a PC need 12V?
face BY : Jackson, Mark [DAN/PICK] email (remove spam text)

Have you considered the VIA EPIA platform along with an ITX case ?  The
motherboard was £90 and the case was £60.

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Of most interest to you, there is also a link on this page for compatible
cases, one of which (Cupid 2677) used a 12V DC input !!

I have just build such a machine (EPIA, Cupid 2677, 15" TFT, 256Mb SDRAM,
40G HDD), and it runs Windows 2000 just fine.


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See also: www.piclist.com/techref/power/batterys.htm?key=12v
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