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Thermalright replacement Xbox 360 cooler on show

by Tarinder Sandhu on 5 June 2008, 08:11

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Making a change from the innumerable motherboards and graphics cards on show, Thermalright had something altogether different on display.


What you're looking at is a regular Xbox 360 console that's had a Thermalright TR-360 heatsink fitted to it, to reduce the noise profile created by the loud-ish machine.

Thermalright will market the cooler in the next two months, we were told, and expect it to cost around £30.

The Perspex window is just for show, though, and you won't see the heatpipe-clad cooler in situ.


Thermalright reckons that its cooler is comfortably better than Microsoft's, but you'll void the warranty as soon as you decide that a change is needed.

Bottom line: it's a practical upgrade if you're not worried about the warranty aspect.





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This for the elite or normal 360?
“What you're looking at is a regular Xbox 360 console that's had a Thermalright TR-360 heatsink fitted to it.”
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Trig;1441841']This for the elite or normal 360?

It'll probably work with both since they are both exactly the same internally

But will it work with both chipsets? (Falcon and whatever the old one was called)
You mean Phoenix - rising from the ashes from it's overheated corpse….:juggle:
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