Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
This is the result of the G.P.U. connections losing continuity from the
mother board . The only permanent solution is to re-flow the chip set
The standard x clamp method has limmted long lasting sucsuess
trust me i know, I had to build a dedicated re-flow station for the 360's G.P.U.
and im geting good results. The x clamp mod tends to bow the PC board and
makes re-flowing a little more difficult. Well that's about it.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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