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- 100 Screws, 200 Nylon, 200 Steel washers. Enough for 12 XBOXs, both CPU and GPU.
- Deluxe special powercoated open tool and torx drivers kit.
- CPU and GPU Cleaner and Purifier. (2 bottles each.)
- Includes high performance Arctic Silver Ceramique 2
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Completely fix 12 XBOX’s suffering from 3 red light error on the 360 with the supplies provided in this bulk repair kit. Enough of our latest, most advanced custom hardware parts, and tools to get the job done 12 times. Why our hardware is better: Our screws are custom made to reduce flex and stress on the XBOX. Competitors cannot compare, no comparable product exists. The result is a better repair success rate. They are a must have for anyone who wants improved success rate and lasting reliability in their repairs. 100 screws included. Our washers, (white nylon), have also been custom fitted to improve equal pressure distribution on the chips, both CPU and GPU. You will receive 200 nylon, and 200 steel, enough for 12 systems with some to spare. This product comes bundled with Ceramique 2 paste, the newest thermal cooling innovation from Arctic Silver. Each tube is enough for all 12, and the included CPU Cleaner will remove the old paste, and the purifier will prepare the surface for the new application. You will achieve improved cooling in your system vs. cheaper alternatives. The paste will gain even higher cooling performance over time. Lastly, our complete open tool kit makes disassembly fast and easy, especially in conjunction with our very clear and self-explanatory e-manual (included).
Top customer reviews
XBOX Elite and an Xbox Pro that were years old. Both units had been sitting with RRoD for at least for a year
or more before I decided to dig them out and do some repairs.
I did not expect the Elite to come back to life at all , found this kit, added heat sinks to as
many chips and it did work.
NOW.... I did try to see if it would work with out doing the "heat up" process and No Joy, (Im a Tech Engineer so
I had to experiment)
As soon as I followed their exact instructions on doing the heat up process to re-flow the solder IT WORKED!
and still is, both units.
Very cool products and worked on both older Xbox systems here, would recommend for others to try as a last resort
before tossing out.