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- Directly from 3RedLightFix and/or our direct fulfillment by Amazon option.
- Authorized Arctic Silver Reseller! All repair kits include proprietary parts and supplies.
- Enough high quality exact fit hardware to fix both core processors (CPU and GPU).
- Easy to follow personally authored instruction guide with detailed pictures.
- No drilling required! Our kits will fix most "3 Red Light of Death" error codes.
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Are you experiencing the dreaded "3 Red Light Error" that is a result of your XBOX 360 overheating? Now you can fix this problem yourself with one of our xbox 360 X-Clamp repair kits. All of our RROD repair kits include proprietary hardware that is manufactured exclusively for us. You will receive enough hardware to fix both core processors (CPU and GPU). We have spent many hours developing the most complete instructional guides on the internet. Personally authored and very easy to follow! Our detailed instructions will show you how to easily fix most of the dreaded "3 Red Light of Death" error codes. We offer a wide variety of repair kits with different parts and supplies. Please see the item picture(s) and the condition note for everything included with this particular listing. To view our complete product line, simply click on the "3RedLightFix" logo.
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The PDF files for tearing it down and the other to do the repair are good enough for someone with low to moderate computer hardware skills. For anyone who doesn't know a lot about computer hardware I highly recommend the ifixit Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death Fix Kit repair guide. It contains more detailed images and instructions.
As far as the Microsoft heatsinks go, they are a cheap POS. You will see a lot of excess thermal paste on both the chips and the heatsink(way more than should ever be used). The best part of this kit is it comes with Arctic Silver cleaner, purifier, and paste. In my opinion Arctic Silver is the best stuff out there. For removing the paste from the heatsinks I would use a 2" cotton round pad, and standard q-tips for the chips. With the old thermal paste globs you are going to have to slowly work it off with the cleaner, being very careful on the chips to not damage any of the surface mounted electronics. Oh, and the cleaner has a very strong citrus scent.
One last thing I'd like to mention is with the supplied screws. The heads on these are a little thicker than need be, which causes them to give the motherboard a very small lift above what it should be. When I inserted the motherboard back into the case, I had to press down on the front of the board in order to get the alignment tabs and connecting peripherals to line up properly.
Overall this kit is decent, big plus on the included Arctic Silver supplies(full bottles of cleaner and purifier, and a full tube of paste), but that alone can't justify anything over 3-stars from me due to the above listed.
Instructions were easily followed.
Tools were helpful, could use personal tools instead - That would be like taking a flat head to a Phillips head screw....it'll still work but the proper tool is always best.
Compound is effective.
But all in all, it was the simplicity of it all that I believe helped this work out for me.
A savy technician would have no problem with this.
But as I said, not all tools or products will solve your individual issue. Personal research is recommended for proper outcome.
Good product, well surprised by results.
Def recommended for E74 RROD issue.
After a few months the red ring came back - and it's worse than ever. No amount of fiddling/restarting/etc. works now, it's a dead unit. Purchased a replacement, and put this one out to pasture...
Works as needed - but you'll want (as others have noted in other reviews) a 1/4" driver for taking out the studs on the heatsinks, as well as a decent strength flat-head screwdriver in order to pop the brackets off the studs.
i used the ifixit tutorial rather than the one they provided - as it has a bit more detail and i think better pictures. the difference with the walkthroughs is the ifixit one assumes you have a full kit, including heatsinks or new pads for the RAM chips. besides that, it's basically the same thing.
the opener tool is a bit weak - and bends really easily, so be careful using it as anything other than popping off the back case bits.
screws and washers worked perfect - i have giant hands and pretty good fine motor/hand/muscle control, so the part where you need to hold the board and the heatsinks and all 4 screws with washers on them wasn't too hard. i could see that being a major sticking point for somebody though - if you have two people it would be a little easier perhaps, but having so many hands/fingers in one place could also make it worse.
in all, it fixed my console - although i had to run it for a while after putting it all back together with a RROD, then shut it down, restart it again and run it longer with the RROD some more, then it worked flawlessly afterwards. the key word in all this is patience. takes a bit to get the console apart, and then to get the big bits back together. the remainder of putting it all back together is easy and quick...all-in-all, probably a 60-90 minute job for a capable person who's never done it.