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May 19, 2012, 03:39:37 PM
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I'm so bad (or lazy) with the search fuction...

I have some questions about the Ztex board 1.15y

Can I connect the boards in an easy way to a molex connector?
Can I use something like this? http://www.e-itx.com/cab-pwr-m4-b2p.html
If the above is not possible (i'm very bad in rewirering and so), can I use something like this?
http://prf.icecat.biz/?shopname=openIcecat-url;smi=product;vendor=Asus;prod_id=90-XB06N0PW00050Y;lang=nl
it's a 150 watt power supply (for laptops), can I connect 4 1.15y boards to it? (with splitter cable)
Can I stack the boards and if yes, how can I do that?
Why are they so expensive  Tongue

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Interesting topic...
Can anyone help?

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