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Paul Fox

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Depends, v1.2 - v.15 Xbox Delta and Foxlink power supply unit (PSU) swap okay but not a v1.6 Delta PSU to a v1.2-1.5 Xbox.  The 1.6 Delta PSU. is not compatible with other Xbox PSU's.

Four (4) Xbox Power Supply Unit Pinouts

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Board startup date: April 23, 2017 12:45:48
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