How to Adapt a PC Power Supply to be Used to Power an Xbox 360
Tutorial originally posted on llamma forums by Tizz78 HERE
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The purpose of me attempting this
mod was simple : I have 4 xbox 360's and 2 360 PSU's . As anyone can " do the
math " you can see why I did it and especially looking at the price of 360 PSU's
. I had this old one sitting around so I figured I'd go for it .For this mod I
used an older AT 250 watt power supply that already had a switch to turn it on
and off . If you use an ATX power supply you'll have to connect two wires
together to keep it in " standby " or " always on " . Llamma and myself are NOT
RESPONSIBLE IF YOU FRY YOUR 360 ! Do this mod at your own risk !!
I hope anyone else that has done
this has good luck and have no issues . Mine works great , and I can build a
custom stand and run a few fans ( Also shown in the pics ) .....
PC power supply powering an Xbox 360!