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Best Original Xbox One Power Supply Replacement Brick (2013 model)

The Xbox One S and Xbox One X have built-in power supply units. However, if you're using a 2013 model Xbox One you may need a power pack replacement. If you're in the market for power pack, you have a few options that can sometimes be cheaper than Microsoft's official power brick. If your 2013 model Xbox One is out of warranty, here are few options to get that baby running again.

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YCCSKY Xbox One power supply (opens in new tab)

Quieter fan

The YCCSKY Xbox One power supply unit is currently the top-rated on Amazon, grabbing 4.5 stars with over 2,500 reviews. This unit utilizes similar specs to the Xbox One official power supply. The company claims (corroborated by reviews) that the power supply unit runs quieter than the Xbox One official 2013 power brick.

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Oussirro Xbox One power supply (opens in new tab)

Best seller

The Oussirro solution is currently the best-seller on Amazon due to its low price, and supports automatic-dual voltage for world wide usage. Reviews claim that the Oussirro solution is lighter than the original power brick and runs more quietly.

It should be noted that using a third-party solution could void your Microsoft support claim for not using an official solution. Sadly, Microsoft no longer stocks or manufactures the original 2013 power supply at this time, so it might simply be worth upgrading to an Xbox One X (opens in new tab) or an Xbox One S (opens in new tab) instead, if you can afford to do so. You can also grab a replacement from Microsoft's support website in some cases, although it will be far more expensive than picking up one of these options.

Jez Corden
Jez Corden

Jez Corden is a Senior Editor for Windows Central, focusing primarily on all things Xbox and gaming. Jez is known for breaking exclusive news and analysis as relates to the Microsoft ecosystem while being powered by caffeine. Follow on Twitter @JezCorden and listen to his Xbox Two podcast, all about, you guessed it, Xbox!