Using a 24-pin PC power supply to a 10-pin Xbox Series X adapter is technically possible, but not recommended for a few reasons:
- The Xbox Series X has very specific power delivery requirements that a generic PC power supply may not meet properly. Things like the voltage, max amperage, 12V rails, etc. need to match Xbox specs.
- The pinout and wiring between a PC and Xbox power supply are likely different. Just because an adapter fits, does not mean the wires route to the correct pins/contacts on both sides. Miswired connections can damage the console.
- The Xbox power supply is designed for the dynamic power demands of the console. A generic PC power supply isn't optimized for the changing loads during gameplay.
- It could potentially void any warranty and may not provide stable power delivery.
- If there are any electrical issues, an incompatible supply increases the risks of problems or hardware damage.
While a 24-pin to 10-pin adapter may physically fit and supply power, it is not guaranteed to work properly or safely with the Xbox Series X in place of the official power supply. The console has very specific power needs that a generic PC power supply may not meet reliably.
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