Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
This Is caused by one of the two heat sinks not
making full contact to the tops of the chips.
It is likely that when you screwed down the heat sink
you got a slight gap and the heatsink compound
seeped away from the gap creating a air pocket.
Open the console and tilt the C.P.U's heatsink from side to
side as you turn it on and you should find a sweet spot
where the fan speed will start to drop. If that's the case
then simply remove and reinstall ,making sure its flush
with the chips
The second problem is the Internal thermocouple connection
under the G.P.U. has a open connection . in witch case you
will need to have the G.P.U. reflowed ( resolder ) back to the
if you have any questions feel free to ask.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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