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  1. Hello, I picked up a modded 1.0 Xbox and I find the amount of system noise to be more than I want to tolerate. One mod that I heard mentioned was that the gpu heat sink and fan can be replaced with a passive solution that uses a ‘IGP’ heatsink. I can’t find good details on this. Does the OGXbox community have experience with this that can be shared? If this is a viable solution, can someone point me to a tutorial or provide details?
  2. google was very unhelpful. does anyone here know?
  3. the compound used is sorta like a rubber, under heat it softens. like ps2 rubber pad, but more advanced and more efficient. same for cpu.
  4. Hello, fellow OGers! That thermal compound from the factory is failing in our beloved consoles. It can lead to rising temps and possible chip failure. It's s pretty straightforward process to replace it, and I've put together a tutorial video to help you out if you haven't done it yet. Enjoy, and please share any comments you have. Thanks!
  5. Recently I got Xbox Classic (v1.0), and it has a little cooler on GPU heatsink (like every 1.0), which I would like to remove. Can I just take the fan off, and leave a heatsink without it? Has anyone tried it, and use the console that way? Also, I'll change a thermal paste with MX-4. Sent from my STF-L09 using Tapatalk
  6. Hello folks, we all know the XGPU is sort of cousin to Geforce 3 and Ti200, Ti500. Just found a tutorial on how to overclock the Geforce 3 series, basically it is about increasing voltage on the GPU core and RAM chips, by adding resistors to so called voltage controllers. The voltage controllers on the Geforce 3 series are SC1175CSW, similar controllers are on the Xbox too. One located unde the CPU, named SC1186CSW (PII, PIII voltage controller). And another one SC1110CS (voltage controller for DDR memory) located near the GAME1/2 connector. Need help of guys who know electronics, regarding how to apply same resistor mod to the Xbox RAM voltage controller. so the voltage between RAM chip's VDD contact and GND - will increase higher than stock tension of 3.06 volts. notes: - Geforce 3 have 2 x SC1175CSW , Xbox has one SC1110CS which fits the description - Xbox 1.0 motherboard was researched for this purpose, other motherboard revisions don't have SC1110CS - there was info on the web about a prototype Xbox motherboard which had a switch to overclock the GPU - Xbox 1.0 motherboard has GPU fan, other revisions don't have - my speculation is: one of voltage controllers located on Xbox motherboard feeds the GPU, it may be the one under CPU, because there is only 1 voltage controller of that kind in other Xbox revisions, only 1.0 has 2 of them, under CPU and near GAME1/2 connector. links: overclocking Geforce 3 overclocking Geforce 3 Ti200/Ti500 SC1175CSW - Geforce 3 voltage controller SC1110CS - Xbox RAM voltage controller K4D263238F-QC50 - Xbox RAM chips

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