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XCM Pure White Parts List

  • Xecuter 3 Purple Mod chip
  • Xecuter 3 Halo Green Pro switch
  • V1.0 Motherboard (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM
  • Delta Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 500 GB HDD
  • White Controller Port LED's
  • White/Red Power/Eject LED

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XCM Chrome Silver Parts List

  • Xecuter 3 Purple Mod chip
  • V1.0 Motherboard (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM
  • Foxlink Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 500 GB HDD
  • Red Controller Port LED's
  • White/Red Power/Eject LED

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XCM Crystal Clear Parts List

  • Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip
  • Xecuter 3 Crystal Pro Switch
  • V1.6 Motherboard (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM
  • Delta Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 500 GB HDD
  • RGB Controller Port LED's
  • RGB Power/Eject LED
  • RGB Under Glow LED Bars

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XCM Sapphire Blue Parts List

  • Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip
  • V1.6 Motherboard (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM
  • Delta Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 500 GB HDD
  • Blue  Controller Port LED's
  • Blue/Red Power/Eject LED
  • Blue Under Glow LED Bars

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XCM Ruby Red Parts List

  • Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip
  • Xecuter 3 Black Pro Switch
  • V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter
  • PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation)
  • Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) + MS DVD Dongle (Menu + On/Off Remote Control)
  • Fox Link Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 2 TB HDD
  • Red Controller Port LED's
  • Red/White Power/Eject LED
  • Red Under Glow LED Bars
  • Red LED Jewel

Xecuter Consoles

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Skeleton Black Limited Edition Parts List

  • Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip
  • Xecuter 3 Black Control Panel
  • V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter
  • PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation)
  • Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) (On/Off Remote Control)
  • Fox Link Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 2 TB HDD
  • White Controller Port LED's
  • White/Red Power/Eject LED
  • White LED Jewel

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Crystal Clear Limited Edition Parts List

  • Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip
  • Xecuter 3 Crystal Clear Control Panel
  • V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter
  • PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation)
  • Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) (On/Off Remote Control)
  • Delta Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 2 TB HDD
  • RGB Controller Port LED's
  • RGB Power/Eject LED
  • RGB LED Jewel

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Debug Green Special Edition Parts List (Electronic Arts Debug Shell)

  • Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip
  • Xecuter 3 Crystal Green Control Panel
  • V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter
  • PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation)
  • Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) (On/Off Remote Control)
  • Delta Link Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 2 TB HDD
  • Green Controller Port LED's
  • Green/Red Power/Eject LED
  • Green LED Jewel

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Dead or Alive Ultimate Limited Edition Parts List 

  • Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip
  • Xecuter 3 Crystal Blue Control Panel
  • V1.1 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter
  • PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation)
  • Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) (On/Off Remote Control)
  • Minebea Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • 2 TB HDD
  • Blue Controller Port LED's
  • Blue/White Power/Eject LED
  • Blue LED Jewel

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Mountain Dew Limited Edition Parts List

  • V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP  (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM
  • Fox Link Power Supply
  • Samsung DVD Drive
  • 500 GB HDD
  • Green Controller Port LED's
  • Green/White Power/Eject LED
  • Green Under Glow LED Bars
  • Cyclone Red/Blue GPU Heatsink

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Asian Halo 2 Limited Edition Parts List (Frankenstein)

  • Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip
  • Xecuter 3 Black Control Panel
  • V1.0 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP  (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM
  • PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation)
  • Xerc 2 XE Microchip (Floydthebarber) + MS DVD Dongle (Menu + On/Off Remote Control)
  • Fox Link Power Supply
  • Hitachi LG DVD Drive
  • x2 IceBerq 4 Pro LED Red/Blue Heatsinks GPU/CPU
  • 5 Xtreme Extender + x4 Stock HDD (8 GB)
  • 500 GB HDD
  • Blue Controller Port LED's
  • Blue/Red Power/Eject LED
  • Blue LED Jewel
  • Blue Under Glow LED Bars

Xbox Controllers 

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Top Row:

Xtreme Enterprises Ruby Red 

  • NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons
  • Transparent Red Thumb Sticks
  • Transparent Red D-Pad
  • 8 Red LED's Internally Installed

Skeleton Black Limited edition

  • NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons
  • Transparent Smoke Thumb Sticks
  • Transparent Smoke D-Pad
  • 8 White LED's Internally Installed

Halo Green Limited edition

  • NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons
  • Transparent Green Thumb Sticks
  • Transparent Green D-Pad
  • 8 Green LED's Internally Installed

Bottom Row:

Crystal Clear Limited edition

  • NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons
  • Transparent Clear Thumb Sticks
  • Pink/White Thumb Stick LED Boards
  • Transparent Clear D-Pad
  • 8 RGB LED's Internally Installed

Halo 2 Blue Limited edition (Black Gem)

  • NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons
  • Transparent Blue Thumb Sticks
  • Blue/Red Thumb Stick LED Boards
  • Transparent Blue D-Pad
  • 8 Blue LED's Internally Installed

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Sparkling Grey Controllers (Japan Only)

  • Stock (Untouched)
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It's not self made, I had a debate on the Facebook page on it and had people try to hunt down the origin of it and came up with nothing. I reckon it's a long out of production 3rd party tech for the xbox that vanished. I'm the only person with one in the community.  The guy I bought it from had no info on it either unfortunately. XCM made their own X-tender that increases the hard drive capacity to 3, This unfamiliar xtention by 5 Xtreme increases the capacity to 5 drives.

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Thanks and also I was wondering, I have an original xbox jewl I was planning on modifying (I removed paint and everything, not letters) and how would I go about chaning those letters to XMC. I am interested because I saw one being sold before and it looked really good with white and black.

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I don't think you can change the lettering of an official jewel. Usually some people create their own jewels and can etch what ever they want. or usually stick an image on the back of the plastic for an effect.  I have an extra official XCM Crystal jewel sitting here in my extras as well

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19 minutes ago, cc69 said:

what are XCM consoles?

XCM are a manufacturer of replacement aftermarket cases for consoles so an XCM console is merely one with an aftermarket xcm case like mine below

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Did you ever find anything about that Xtreme 5 HDD selector? I think it's super interesting. It's funny how the full Xbox set is under 3TB but that thing now has max capacity of 10TB 😁

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4 hours ago, lapa988 said:

Did you ever find anything about that Xtreme 5 HDD selector? I think it's super interesting. It's funny how the full Xbox set is under 3TB but that thing now has max capacity of 10TB 😁

I have already tried sata adapters with the cable and it doesn't work, where whoever built this x5 Xtender used a 40 wire 40 pin cable. As for information goes about it. I'm in the dark still.

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