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It sounds just like the basic RROD....where the solder joints are getting loose, due to the heat. My Xbox did the same thing for a while until it eventually just died... (until I took it apart and did some work on it)...Eventually, it will die completely, and just RROD on you...Sorry about your lose, you can send it to Microsoft, or do some work on it yourself.
Bad news unfortunately. The GPU chip will require resoldering or reballing. Only a few electronic repair agents have this equipment and a select few perform this repair. The freezing problem will eventually become the RROD (Red Ring of Death).
Well, most people said after about a month of it freezing they got the rrod, red ring of death. You could try clearing your system cache or if you still have your warranty send it in. Try this site for more help http://xbox360help.blogspot.com/2007/03/xbox-360-screen-freezes-crashes.html
the red ring of death means you have a bricked XBOX. something has
gone wrong with the hardware inside, and you need to take it back to
the shop you purchased it from, so they can replace it under
warranty.this is not an unusual problem to encounter, but
unfortunately, can only be repaired by qualified repair specialists.
the best they can do for you, is either swap out the hardware and give
you a new box, or they send yours away and you wait the 4-6 weeks for
it to be repaired and sent back..
I had the same problem for about 3 weeks until one night I restarted it 3 or 4 times in succession after freezing and the RRoD (Red Ring of Death) appeared.
If you try to send it back without the RRoD, it'll cost you about $99. You can always call up 8004myxbox and tell them that you've gotten the RRoD; they can't know for sure. They'll then send you a shipping label to send it out.
Your Xbox is overheating. Its a common issue. You can do as I did and strap some fans to the bottom and help cool it off. Eventually you will probably get a RROD (Red Ring Of Death). At that point you will need to send it in to Microsoft for repair.