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New HDMI 360s don't have 65nm

It took slightly longer than normal, but finally someone took the plunge and destroyed their warranty by cracking open their new 360 to check for the 65nm chip. But alas, it was all in vain, only confirming that no, the 65nm chip is not yet on the market. However, the added heatsink is there to combat the red ring of death. Hit the jump for the pictures.

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power of Green 3543d ago

Who fucin cares now back to Downloading BioShock.

clownfacemcgee3543d ago

People who aren't total fanboys would care. The 65nm (falcon) chipset would produce less heat and therefor be more reliable. I'm thinking about possibly getting a 360 sometime, but I'd want it to be a little more reliable. So it affects whether or not people want to buy it, which affects how successful your console is, and therefor how many games there are for the 360 and how many people play online.

nasim3543d ago

firstly x360 would as always suffer from overheating

even this new HDMI port doesnt support HDMI 1.3

x360 elite and newer revisions support only upto HDMI 1.2

what a way to rip customers with defective console

Fighter3543d ago

I feel the exact same way. Microsoft has some great exclusives that I don't want to miss out on.

COCK3543d ago

OMFG GOD HOW IS THIS POSIBLE HOW HOW HOW OMFG I DONT WANT 2 LIVE ENYMORE AM GOING 2 COMMIT SUICIDE AM GOING 2 GET A GUN N SHOOT MYSELF N MY COC#

Rhezin3543d ago

DAMMIT! thats pretty shetty on their part. WOW they had better put those damn new chips in the halo 3 edition consoles

OneBubbleBastard3543d ago

Must've been painful all this time getting raped by MS without it.

Xbots - They never learn

snoop_dizzle3543d ago

anyways the new ones heave the heatsink though correct?

Depressed Mode3543d ago

How could someone possibly disagree with his statement? Or should I say question....

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