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About the product
- Easy 10 step repair process: Fix 3 red lights, GPU malfunction, freezing, no video/audio.
- Screws feature extra low-profile head! Reduce flex, and stress on your XBOX.
- Expertly designed, and tested.
- Enough for GPU and CPU, and no drilling, no flex!
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This kit fixed my RROD on my 4-5 year old Elite, however after about 3 hours of use over 4-5 days, the RROD returned with the same secondary fault code of 0102. I didn't perform the overheat/reflow as was suggested however, so maybe that is my fault.
I suppose I should have just sprung for the "Ultimate" kit, but didn't really feel like dropping any more money into a 4-5 year old Xbox. The price for this kit was right. The way I looked at it is that if it fixed the problem, I'm saving $200. If it didn't, I'm out a minimal amount.
People are selling the individual Torx drivers and the Xbox case tool individually for more than this kit is going for. The case tool included in this kit is of far higher quality than most that are out there. Worth it for that tool alone. The instructions were clear enough, though they could be improved a bit. Some of the pictures included looked like they may have been taken by someone with Parkinson's, and some of the instructions were a bit vague for someone who had no idea what they were doing.
All in all, it was a decent purchase, even though the RROD presented itself again.
We are pretty out of the loop with 360 issues, because my hubby and I don't play but a few hours per month. To explain just how out of the loop we are, we hadn't even heard of "RROD." When our 360 stopped working last week, we could tell that it was due to a hardware malfunction, so we just started ripping the console apart with a hex set. We couldn't see any obvious problems on the motherboard...it was only through Google that I learned about Microsoft's "little" RROD problem.
Wish we had bought this kit BEFORE trying to rip apart our console ourselves without your handy opening tool...lesson learned. We followed your directions from the mid-point and had our XBOX working within an hour. No RROD! Success! As a natural-born pessimist, I was shocked.
I would mention that it helps to read the directions ahead a few steps before doing anything. Also, I've never repaired CPU or GPU issues before, so we had no clue how much thermal paste to use. In retrospect, I think we used too much, but it works, so...
Also (and I knock down no stars for this) the alcohol solution leaked during shipping, so some of the parts were a bit wet upon arrival. I happen to know from experience that it's impossible to ship an alcohol solution on an airplane without it leaking everywhere unless it's factory sealed; there is not much the seller can do to fix this issue and keep the price this low, other than put the bottle in a tightly-sealed separate pouch. But everything was sanitized this way!
For the price, this fix can't be beat. If you don't already own a computer tool set or thermal compound -- or you don't want to drive all over looking for the correct washers and screws -- this is a great fix.
It was fairly simple, especially if you have any experience installing CPU cooler's on a PC. The instructions worked well. The worst part of the whole thing was opening the case where it took quite a bit of experimentation to figure out how to pop out the grey plastic sides. The instructions were not included in the kit, you have to grab them off their website. You also need cotton swabs, a Phillips head screw driver, and a soft smooth cloth your okay throwing away. I also ended up using a small flat screwdriver to clean up some dried on thermal paste; but you may not need to do this and it is semi-dangerous.
The fix has held now for 3 days, and several hours of use; and it only took me about an hour to do. It looks like I saved myself $135 with this kit!