QUOTE(boflc @ Aug 2 2011, 01:52 PM)
please provide the worklog pix, i'd like to see!
Here they are:
360 power supply cable from dead brick soldered to yellow (12V), red (5V), and black (ground) leads from ATX power supply.
Green line from ATX PSU soldered to ground pin (you can use a transistor and wire it to the light blue wire from the 360 cable, that way it can turn on from the xbox power button... but I was lazy)
The switches and LED wiring is shown here. I would make you a diagram, but its been done many times, a good example is here
. Note that I just tapped into the ATX psu 3.3v lines for the DVD signals and the LED power (so no need for a regulaor and capacitor).
Here are the switches and LEDs in place, along with the DVD cable (the original xbox is in the background probably wondering where that dvd cable was stolen from...hahaha)
A close up of the LED and switches in place
All done, now I just need to label it, and cover that glue gun mess....hmmm
The final product (could probably use a couple of paint coats)
Another more dramatic shot of the final product.
There you go, hope you enjoyed that!
QUOTE(NLT89 @ Aug 2 2011, 07:23 PM)
Nice. Have you soldered the power cable up to psu or is it all just tucked inside? Looks tidy anyway
Not sure what you mean, there was definetly soldering, lol. Take a look at the pics that should clear it up.