The problem is that I have a few other things like my Xbox, DVD Player, Saturn, Dreamcast and few other consoles. Thats why I wanted to get one.wells said:They are pretty reliable but get quite hot. You would probably be better getting a UK power supply from ebay.
Obviously YOU need a lesson in manners.Rott said:Obviously YOU didn't read my other post.
EDIT: If I get the Xbox 360 UK Power Supply won't it fry my console? I thought the voltage needed for the components inside are different from the UK one?
Thanks for your reply, I really appreciate it. I'm not well versed in stuff like this but this is the info I pulled out from my PSU.Retain said:Now now lads - calm down
AFAIK, a UK power supply would work on a non-UK 360. The 360's themselves (i.e. the bit after the external PSU) all take the same input voltage, the PSU however expects a different voltage depending on country and regulates accordingly. This is an educated guess however and not gospel... it might be worth reading the specs on the bottom of the PSU to see it's input/output values. Someone here in the UK can do likewise (I'll do it when I get home if noone else has) which would give you a more definitive answer.
With regards to the other consoles, if they don't have external PSUs then you're scuppered - you'll need to get a voltage converter. As mentioned previously, they do get hot but should do the job fine.
I have read loads of your posts on these forums and you have to be the rudest person on here now that SuperSaiyan has gone. Why do you feel the need to be like that??NackNack said:Obviously YOU need a lesson in manners.
Go work it out for yourself now, it's not hard to use a search function.
Did you read the post I was responding to?beasty54 said:I have read loads of your posts on these forums and you have to be the rudest person on here now that SuperSaiyan has gone. Why do you feel the need to be like that??
Why? I already said it works fine, I use it myself as do many - the OP could have used the search function, as I had already pointed out (it's been asked a few times).Retain said:Indeed - but the OP was asking for confirmation, this is what I was trying to do for him. Tell you what - why don't you check your PSU for us and post what it says here?
Yes i did read the post you were responding to, it wasn't rude at all.NackNack said:Did you read the post I was responding to?
NackNack said:As I've already said, a UK PSU works fine. -