X box power supply

Started by Dr_SuSE, Jan 24, 2006, 20:23

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Dr_SuSE

A few months ago, I burned out my power supply on my xbox. I was wondering if anybody knew the pin out for the molex. It looks like a few wires are missing, and for the life of me I can't figure out their colouring scheme.

(as a side note, it didn't cook due to any thing I specifically did, other than have it plugged directly into an outlet and powered up during an electrical storm.)

Unfortunately, I voided my warranty pretty much the day I got the thing, and am hesitant to put any more money in the hands of M$.

Thank you in advance.

loline

PSU for v1.0/v1.1 Xboxes.


Pin_________Desc._________Wire Color

1___________+12V____________Yellow
2___________+5V_____________Red
3___________+5V_____________Red
4___________+5V_____________Red
5___________+3.3V___________Orange
6_________+3.3V STBY________Brown
7___________GND____________Black
8___________GND____________Black
9___________GND____________Black
10__________GND____________Black
11_________Power on_________White
12_________Power OK_________Blue





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PSU for  v1.2/v1.3 PSU:


Pin_________Desc._________Wire Color

1___________+5V_____________Red
2___________+5V_____________Red
3___________+5V_____________Red
X___________________________X
5___________GND____________Black
X___________________________X
7___________+3.3V___________Orange
X___________________________X
9___________GND____________Black
10_________Power OK_________Blue
11___________+12V____________Yellow
X___________________________X
13___________+5V_____________Red
14___________GND____________Black
15_________+3.3V STBY________Brown
16__________GND____________Black
X___________________________X
18___________+3.3V___________Orange
19__________GND____________Black
20_________Power on_________White





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Zelvek

I have the same problem (a burnt out xbox PSU) I have been creating an adapter to plug an atx PSU into the xbox but there is no 3.3v stand by on an ATX PSU what should I do?

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