Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
Yes this is a G.P.U. fault . more specifically a contact under the
G.P.U. has pulled away form the main P.C. board . Just replacing
the Heatsink compound will not repair this . There are two options
first you could have a shop re-flow (re-solder) the G.P.U back to
the board and then properly clamp it down . This will produce the
most durable repair. average run time 3-12 months Cost 60.00-80.00
Or you could do what's called an x clamp mod . There are many
tutorial on this procedure so don't wast your money on something
you can find free online .This is a last ditch effort and will more
then likely get your video back ,but it may not run as long.
if you have any questions feel free to ask
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
This is a graphics processor unit (gpu) fault, your console needs stripping down and new heatsink compound applying to the chip, this is basically the same fix as rrod, so there are plenty of guides on this site or youtube if you want to tackle this yourself.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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