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Re: xbox 360 wont play
Cheapest option is to check your cables are in the right sockets on xbox and tv, a crossed cable would result in no signal. if in right sockets next would be to try different cables to check if yours are broken. borrowing would be cheapest. new cables would still be cheaper than any problem from inside the xbox.
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The more amperage you have on the 12 volt rails the more power you can draw from the power supply. For an xbox 360 I don't see any reason why you would use a non-standard power supply unit there really is no gain using a computer PSU on an xbox 360 unless you broke your factory PSU and then you could rig a computer PSU to it but your better off not trying unless your really good at electronics.
Sound like 'classic' failing capacitor symptoms to me... RMA the power supply if you're able to, start scraping together some cash for either a rebuild (replace capacitors) if you can't OR purchase a NEW PSU
Once you get the system running... I would recommend you leave it turned on 24/7 as this will keep the failing capacitors at a static temperature (instead of the heating/cooling cycle) thus milking the last bit off life out of it while you secure a replacement unit.
yes that problem is because of momentarily absence of power draw the power supply outside and take the power on self test short green and black wires see fan is rotating or not. if rotating then power supply is ok if not then replace it from your vender