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yeah i'd go new, iv bought components from all over the place, amazon,ebay ect.. if you were going to replace from another board i would at least use one from a V1.6 if you have a broken one...  I'm sure you know but you don't actually need the clock cap in a V1-1.5 it only keeps time.. I almost like that my xbox says its 2003 lol...

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Got this xbox almost for free, but the screen flickers really bad(horizontal-ish), it does work but it was hard to see anything on screen. Checked the inside and there are 3 caps near the cpu that started to give up(top part of caps is not flat anymore). Had a spare part pcb(1.6) and took caps from that and placed in this one. It Worked! The xbox is back and up and running - no more screen flicker!. Pcb is a 1.4, and clock cap's gone.. 😀

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