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Is this why Xbox 360s get hot/overheat?


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What a mistake for Microsoft to make.

I wonder if this has been overlooked on all 360s.

How long does each one have before it causes problems?

Mine gets quite hot, particularly the air the fans disperse, and the drive is loud, but it has been fine so far, no freezes, crashes or any strange happenings, and I hope it stays that way.

The extended warranty seems more attractive now.

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