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bundyraider wrote:Fast-forward 12 months time and everyone will be whining about losing their game process and "Why can't MS design a Xbox 360 degrees celsius that stays cool?" LOL
I hope it really is just a "worse case scenario" feature though. Surely they would make sure this design was thoroughly tested and bulletproof.
Otherwise the next generation XBox branded machine might be a hard sell to those caught out this time around.
They'd have to lower the threshold further to do this as the time it takes the game/system to save the state of the game is more time it's building up heat, potentially causing more problems.Yapa wrote:They could make the system send a message to the game to save...
Because they weren't done right. I had one RROD with it sitting on a table in beautifully cool air.Slipoch wrote:Hmmm, I don't see this as much of a solution as I know people who have had it ventilated well and it still gets the RROD.
As opposed to the Wii, which is technologically behind both 360 and PS3 and outsells both combined?Slipoch wrote:Add to the fact that the machine is quite old now and technologically speaking is quite behind the times.
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