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This is it, folks—the new generation of consoles arrives this week, starting with the Xbox Series X. Buried in a blizzard of buzzwords like “teraflops,” “true 4K”, and “ray tracing” is a new device—Microsoft’s statement on gaming for the next several years. It’s time to see what Redmond put out and what holds it together. It’s teardown time.

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  1. The name might not be all that different from the last gen, but everything else is. Let's look at the spec sheet: AMD custom 8-core 3.8 GHz (3.66 GHz with SMT) Zen 2 CPU
    • The name might not be all that different from the last gen, but everything else is. Let's look at the spec sheet:

    • AMD custom 8-core 3.8 GHz (3.66 GHz with SMT) Zen 2 CPU

    • AMD custom RDNA 2 GPU (1825 MHz with 52 compute units)

    • 16 GB GDDR6 RAM

    • 1 TB of SSD storage (with an optional 1 TB expansion card)

    • HDMI 2.1 connectivity with support for 8K video at 60 Hz, or 4K at 120 Hz

    • 4K UHD Blu-ray drive

    • Next-gen Velocity Architecture

  2. Slim is no longer in—this year's flagship Xbox is rocking a fuller figure and, judging by that huge grille, packing some serious cooling. The Series X has a smaller footprint than the One X, even if you lay it on its side. But it's 60% larger by volume—let's hope your entertainment cabinet can adapt. More grilles grace the back of the console, along with the usual ports and a new storage expansion slot.
    • Slim is no longer in—this year's flagship Xbox is rocking a fuller figure and, judging by that huge grille, packing some serious cooling.

    • The Series X has a smaller footprint than the One X, even if you lay it on its side. But it's 60% larger by volume—let's hope your entertainment cabinet can adapt.

    • More grilles grace the back of the console, along with the usual ports and a new storage expansion slot.

    • In an excellent accessibility move, the ports come with some tactile identification in the form of tiny raised dots, making the finding-and-plugging process easier not just for the sight impaired, but anyone trying to reach into their TV cabinet without turning the whole console around.

    • We're not tearing down the Series S today, but we have some nifty X-rays of that sibling console incoming! Stay tuned.

    Wenn ihr schon so cringy Wörter wie “schniecke” verwenden wollt, dann bitte auch richtig geschrieben ;-)

    https://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/sch...

    (Ihr könnt diesen Kommentar nach dem Ausbessern gerne löschen)

    Thomas G. - Antwoord

    Hallo Thomas, danke für deine Anmerkungen! Wenn du über den Text hoverst, siehst du über den Absätzen den Button “Übersetzen”. Da kannst du (wie bei der Wikipedia, nur viel einfacher) selbst am Text arbeiten und ihn verbessern. Wir freuen uns über jede helfende Hand. ;)

    Lächeln, Fabian

    Fabian Neidhardt -

  3. The new Xbox controller looks much like the last one, save for a new share button, an upgraded D-pad, and a USB-C charging port. We're not dismantling this thing just yet, what with a whole console to tear apart—but our pals at   Creative Electron provide a different kind of inside look. With X-ray vision, you can see the four vibration motors (two in the handles, and two near the triggers), the metal joystick hardware, and all the beautiful cables and circuits doing the connecting.
    • The new Xbox controller looks much like the last one, save for a new share button, an upgraded D-pad, and a USB-C charging port.

    • We're not dismantling this thing just yet, what with a whole console to tear apart—but our pals at Creative Electron provide a different kind of inside look.

    • With X-ray vision, you can see the four vibration motors (two in the handles, and two near the triggers), the metal joystick hardware, and all the beautiful cables and circuits doing the connecting.

    • Compare this sameness to Sony's new DualSense controller, which is different from its predecessor in almost every way.

    • That may seem disappointing for Xbox fans, but at least these controllers are cross-compatible with Microsoft's previous-gen consoles.

    • And despite its flashy new design, the DualSense now shares a number of similarities with Xbox controllers. Maybe Microsoft and Sony are finally converging on the perfect controller shape?

    Auf dem Kanal von “Ben Heck” gibt es einen Teardown des “neuen” XBOX Controllers. Dieser ist auch mit den Verbauten Chips und Komponenten zu gut 95"% gleich dem 2016er XBOX Controller.

    Fabian Grunau - Antwoord

    • Two bright green T8 screws suggest an official Xbox welcome into the machine, and yet those screws are hidden under stickers and a trap door. Microsoft, do you want us to get in or not?

    • Regardless, it won't stop anyone armed with our Mako driver kit. Spin the driver, pop a few clips, and you're in. So it's user accessible, but not User Accessible.

    • We've got our crosshairs dialed in. Primary removal target? The beefy 130 mm fan. It's pretty get-at-able for cleaning—a big plus. If your X stands up tall, this is upward exhaust—so hopefully not many dust bunnies will nest there.

    • Speaking of big fans, Microsoft went out of their way to hide Master Chief in here. A welcome Easter egg!

  4. You could remove this friendly Seattle Frisbee from the bottom just for a quick toss, but we're not here to play around. There are, in fact, more screws hidden underneath. We wish we could have left this alone, because removing it took some tedious internal unclipping. The optical drive comes out next. And much to our amazement, it's the familiar old drive returning from the Xbox One S and Xbox One X—same model number and all!
    • You could remove this friendly Seattle Frisbee from the bottom just for a quick toss, but we're not here to play around. There are, in fact, more screws hidden underneath.

    • We wish we could have left this alone, because removing it took some tedious internal unclipping.

    • The optical drive comes out next. And much to our amazement, it's the familiar old drive returning from the Xbox One S and Xbox One X—same model number and all!

    • Exciting? Well, yes and no—but mostly, no. Our tests suggest the optical drive's internal circuit board is paired to your console's motherboard, which means no easy replacements if the drive goes kaput.

    • That said—just like the One S and One X—if you can de-solder the board from your original optical drive and transplant it into a new drive, you're back in business.

    • In any case, one of these chips might be responsible for the intimate motherboard/optical-board bond:

    • Microsoft MS0DDDSP03 ARM—probably the optical drive controller

    • Texas Instruments TPIC2050 9 channel motor/laser driver

  5. With the disc drive out, the remaining innards are contained within this massive assembly, which is mostly just heat management strapped to some boards. Teardown complete? No. I think we're just getting started. If you're wondering about the black rubber strap, its primary purpose seems to be isolation—from vibration, and noise. This extra bit of cushioning helps prevent any harshness from disturbing your gaming. There are a few convenient labels here: "center chassis," "PSU," and "AC cable routing." These are slightly helpful for reassembly, but not exactly repair instructions.
    • With the disc drive out, the remaining innards are contained within this massive assembly, which is mostly just heat management strapped to some boards. Teardown complete? No. I think we're just getting started.

    • If you're wondering about the black rubber strap, its primary purpose seems to be isolation—from vibration, and noise. This extra bit of cushioning helps prevent any harshness from disturbing your gaming.

    • There are a few convenient labels here: "center chassis," "PSU," and "AC cable routing." These are slightly helpful for reassembly, but not exactly repair instructions.

    • Microsoft didn't waste any space inside this thing—check out how much volume is dedicated to the heatsink. Thermal design is a big part of any console creation, and it's clear the Series X is built to run cool and quiet.

    • Mounted up front is one of two antenna boards inside the tower. The redundancy might serve to ensure a solid connection in either of the console's two orientations: tower mode, and awkward mode.

    “unbeholfener Modus”? Echt?

    “awkward mode” ist zwar eine schwierige Vorlage - aber die Übersetzung solltet ihr nochmal überdenken.

    (Auch diesen Kommentar könnt ihr nach einer Korrektur gern löschen).

    Thomas G. - Antwoord

    Was ist denn dein Vorschlag?

    Fabian Neidhardt -

    In the third image here, is that board for the wifi for connecting to the internet or is that for the Bluetooth controllers?

    artorius maximus - Antwoord

  6. Moving along to a box within the box, we lift the power supply away from the main assembly. This PSU's primary rail outputs up to 21.25 amps at 12 volts, which equates to 255 juicy watts. Add the peripheral 60W output, and you get a total of 315 watts. That's quite a bit higher than the One X's 245-watt power supply, but still less than the optical-drive-having PS5's 350-watt unit.
    • Moving along to a box within the box, we lift the power supply away from the main assembly.

    • This PSU's primary rail outputs up to 21.25 amps at 12 volts, which equates to 255 juicy watts.

    • Add the peripheral 60W output, and you get a total of 315 watts. That's quite a bit higher than the One X's 245-watt power supply, but still less than the optical-drive-having PS5's 350-watt unit.

    • Why does the PS5 have a significantly beefier PSU? Check back in a short while for our PS5 teardown to find out!

    • How well does this power brick stack with its contemporaries? We asked power adapter expert Ken Shiriff of Righto.com:

    • Overall, it looks like a compact, high-quality power supply. They're not cutting corners to save costs. That said, the power supply doesn't reach Apple's level of density and complexity.

    • The power supply uses pricier but longer-lasting polymer capacitors instead of electrolytic ones to filter the 12V output.

    • It does warn you to operate it below 2,000m—so maybe don't take it to Santa Fe, NM.

    Nicht über 2000m, ansonsten wäre es etwas schwer für die meisten die Konsole konform zu betreiben :)

    simson21 - Antwoord

    “Hauptbahn”?

    Der Zug ist abgefahren ;-)

    “Hauptschiene” ist hier der geläufigere Begriff.

    Siehe z.B.: https://www.pc-max.de/content/news/netzt...

    Thomas G. - Antwoord

    Danke! Wenn du an solchen Dingen Spaß hast, wie gesagt, wir freuen uns über deine Hilfe. :)

    Fabian Neidhardt -

    Ribbon extender for the Nvme. I did this to move a NVme with a heatsink, to move it away from the motherboard.

    Look for them at eBay or aliexpress.

    E M - Antwoord

  7. The Series X packs in a board sandwich, but unlike the iPhone X, this isn't to save space, but to make it. The aluminum block in the middle helps direct air between the boards and cool these hot boys. Here's what's on the first board: Microsoft M1139994-001 T6WD5XBG-0004 Southbridge Texas Instruments L339A quad differential comparator
    • The Series X packs in a board sandwich, but unlike the iPhone X, this isn't to save space, but to make it. The aluminum block in the middle helps direct air between the boards and cool these hot boys. Here's what's on the first board:

    • Microsoft M1139994-001 T6WD5XBG-0004 Southbridge

    • Texas Instruments L339A quad differential comparator

    • Realtek RTL8111HM gigabit ethernet controller

    • CT08E 2020F1—possibly a Challenge Electronics sound transducer

    • ON Semiconductor NCP186 low dropout linear regulator

    • Nuvoton ISD8104 2W Class AB Audio Amplifier

    Why there is an “Xbox One” on the southbridge but no Xbox one Xbox one s or Xbox one x uses that kind of southbridge?

    Richard Sung - Antwoord

  8. Next, the meat of this board sandwich—the aluminum center chassis. Its main purpose is to soak up High-Performance Gaming Heat™ (hence the bright minty thermal compound for the SSD and storage expansion slot). Speaking of storage: the Series X uses an m.2 2230 NVMe SSD, namely a custom 1 TB SN530 by Western Digital. We heard it's super-fast PCIe Gen 4.0, too—this is high-end stuff!
    • Next, the meat of this board sandwich—the aluminum center chassis.

    • Its main purpose is to soak up High-Performance Gaming Heat™ (hence the bright minty thermal compound for the SSD and storage expansion slot).

    • Speaking of storage: the Series X uses an m.2 2230 NVMe SSD, namely a custom 1 TB SN530 by Western Digital. We heard it's super-fast PCIe Gen 4.0, too—this is high-end stuff!

    • Its nice to see Microsoft using a replaceable drive here, even if software barriers prevent you from doing the replacing.

    • Let's take a closer look at the bits that give this SSD its oomph (ignoring a pretty boring back side):

    • SanDisk 60662 1T00 1TB NAND Flash Memory

    • SanDisk 20-82-10048-A1 NVMe SSD Controller

    • Qorvo (formerly Active-Semi) 90430VM330 Power Management IC

    SN530 is a PCIe gen 3.0 (that can not reach the advertised speed when in x2 mode) drive that does not look like this one, I think some prototype XSX went out with the SN530, but this is another drive IMHO…

    Roger Larsson - Antwoord

    Hey Roger!

    This drive is labeled as an SN530, as you can see on the photo of its backside, and Western Digital mentioned that it has a custom ASIC to support PCIe 4.0. Looks like a custom solution!

    Carsten Frauenheim -

  9. Since this SSD comes in a standard m.2 form factor, we popped in into our desktop workstation for a peep at its contents.
    • Since this SSD comes in a standard m.2 form factor, we popped in into our desktop workstation for a peep at its contents.

    • In fact, it's strikingly similar to drives we've found in certain other recent Microsoft devices.

    • If you were expecting it to be partitioned a lot like the hard drives found in prior Xboxes, you're way ahead of us.

    • Even though the SSD itself is fairly standard, if past experience is any guide, you'd better plan on some serious headaches if you ever need to replace or upgrade it in the future. Will it even work at all? All we know is our gut says maybe.

    • Update: For more on what our gut says, check out our detailed writeup on this little SSD: Can DIY Storage Save You Money on the Series X? Probably Not.

    Great Futurama call out. You are too neutral.

    James Smith - Antwoord

  10. Peeling the final layers off this tasty thermal parfait we free the final board from the heat sink assembly, finding more tooth thermal compound and yet more chips: "Project Scarlett" 100-000000388 SoC (includes 8-core AMD Zen 2 CPU + AMD RDNA 2 GPU) Micron D9WCW 1GB and Micron D9WZX 2GB, for a total of 16 GB of GDDR6 SGRAM (Super-Great Synchronous Graphics RAM)
    • Peeling the final layers off this tasty thermal parfait we free the final board from the heat sink assembly, finding more tooth thermal compound and yet more chips:

    • "Project Scarlett" 100-000000388 SoC (includes 8-core AMD Zen 2 CPU + AMD RDNA 2 GPU)

    • Micron D9WCW 1GB and Micron D9WZX 2GB, for a total of 16 GB of GDDR6 SGRAM (Super-Great Synchronous Graphics RAM)

    • Monolithic Power Systems MP86965 Power Phase Modules w/ MOSFET

    • Monolithic Power Systems MP2926 Multi-Phase Controller w/ PMBus Interface

    • The Master Chief

    • ON Semiconductor NB7NQ621M 12 Gbps HDMI/DisplayPort Level Shifter/Linear Redriver

    • Texas Instruments TPS568230 Synchronous Step-Down Regulator

    bonjour j’aimerais savoir de quelle dimension sont les pads thermiques bleus et si on peut les changer merci.

    Mr filou - Antwoord

    Hello, I would like to know what size the blue thermal pads are and if they can be changed.

    Mr filou - Antwoord

  11. With the motherboards gone, we take a moment to admire the full cooling system. What a cool cookie sandwich. The mint green cream filling is a bunch of thermal compound, which help dissipate that Gaming Heat™.
    • With the motherboards gone, we take a moment to admire the full cooling system. What a cool cookie sandwich.

    • The mint green cream filling is a bunch of thermal compound, which help dissipate that Gaming Heat™.

    • On the left: Fins pull heat from the copper vapor chamber to be wicked away by cool air, pulled in through the bottom of the console by the fan.

    • Next up—along with the copper plate, this metal frame acts as an EM shield. It also transfers heat away from the hot-tempered voltage regulator modules via thermal pad.

    • The "CCS" (that's "Center Chassis") provides rigidity, aids in shielding, sinks heat, and maximizes board cooling.

    • Finally on the far right, a Faraday-cage-like EM shield protects the other motherboard while allowing air to cycle through.

  12. This may be Microsoft's ultimate gaming machine, but by volume it almost feels like an air conditioner with a graphics card. Cool stuff.
    • This may be Microsoft's ultimate gaming machine, but by volume it almost feels like an air conditioner with a graphics card. Cool stuff.

    • A relatively modular and repair-friendly design is partly overshadowed by some software barriers. Our tests indicate that both optical drive and SSD repairs will be problematic at best—which could be an issue if you want this thing to play games, or boot up.

    • We're delighted to have two Master Chiefs living inside our Halo machine, but how will this tower of terror fare in the repair arena? Scroll down to read the verdict.

    Hallo. Könnt ihr den Fan genauer beschreiben. Meine Xbox Serie X hat nämlich seit heute einen Lüfter der nicht mehr funktioniert… Ist das ein handelsüblicher oder Eigenbau?

    pat.gerber - Antwoord

    Wenn deine Xbox so schnell nach der Lieferung den Geist aufgibt, empfehle ich dir, auf die Garantie zurückzugreifen.

    Fabian Neidhardt -

  13. Laatste gedachten
    • Very few tools are needed to completely disassemble the console.
    • All screws are standard T8 Torx fasteners.
    • Once inside, the modular design allows for easy fan, optical drive, PSU, and wireless board replacements.
    • The SSD is a modular, off-the-shelf part, but requires quite a bit of disassembly to access.
    • Some critical component repairs are complicated by software locks.
    Repareerbaarheidsscore
    7
    Repareerbaarheid 7 op 10
    (10 is gemakkelijkst te repareren)

Its like a spaceship inside I’m amazed they can put out all this for only 499.

Gage - Antwoord

Microsoft usually doesn’t make money on their Xbox consoles, since they already make enough money from their cloud service and selling data of Windows 10 users—in fact, they actually lost $125 for every original Xbox sold. But that’s good for the consumer, since we have what’s basically a beefy Zen 2/RDNA2 high-end gaming PC (in terms of hardware) at that price.

Ethan Zuo -

Alright, iFixit, we need help with something:

The blue “toothpaste” “““thermal paste””” you mentioned several times isn’t, in fact, thermal paste per se, but something similar actually called “thermal putty”. Yes, both are pretty much the same, but thermal putty, from what I understand, is a lot more viscous than thermal paste. Like a middle point between paste and thermal pads.

What matter about this is that thermal putty isn’t actually something the general consumer can buy. It seems to be only for industrial applications or repair shops. The problem here is that when we eventually have to replace thermal paste, you HAVE to use thermal putty for RAM, SSD and MOSFETs, since thermal pads, even of you measure the space between, may be inadequate. Thermal putty is applied because it feels uneven spaces a lot better. I tried replacing thermal putty with pads in an Xbox One X and it didn’t work because pads, even new, are too stiff and even.

Could you help us know what to actually use? You have the contacts. Help!

Spudgeboy - Antwoord

Hi Spudgeboy,

You’re right in that this stuff does seem to be something different compared to thermal paste and thermal pads, and it’s not easily available. The best alternative we found is a product called K5 Pro. It’s designed to transfer heat over larger gaps. When we can find a source for the “thermal putty”, we’ll post an update on the site!

Arthur Shi -

Okay so after looking, the closest thing I could find to the blue or green stuff is TG-PP-10 from t-Global on DigiKey. It’s 10 W/mK, so probably a good bit better than the blue or green stuff which is usually 1-6 W/mK. IIRC other manufacturers of this stuff are Bergquist (now Laird?), Henkel, Dow Corning, but t-Global sells the most reasonably priced one for small quantities at just 28$ USD for 50 grams.

Common search terms that might be helpful are “thermal putty”, “silicone thermal putty”, “one part gap filler”, “gap filler”. among other things like that. Many of these are non-curing, so if you carefully scrape what you have into a little mound, you may be able to reuse it.

Larry Qian -

For all the talk of people saying they replaced the TIM on their console, laptop, GPU, etc, the idea that you HAVE to do it eventually seems greatly exaggerated. Sure it will help keep thermals lower, but I’ve never once HAD to do it personally and only console I’ve ever had fail is the original Xbox 360.

alexatkin -

Sorry, but you guys are getting a bit sloppy. You missed the Wi-Fi module mounted on the “antenna board” as you call it.

The SSD is actually quite terrible and anything but super fast, as it’s DRAM less. Sure, the SN550 isn’t bad, but it’s far from super fast by anyone’s standards if you know anything about NVMe drives. 2230 NVMe drives are also very rare and only found in a handful of laptops. The only other company I can think of that makes one is Kioxia.

You also missed at least six power phases mounted on the opposite side of the main PCB and a couple of other components on the SoC side, although the latter is most likely related to the power delivery anyhow.

Interestingly the chipset PCB appears to have space for an eMMC chip and a CMOS battery, parts that weren’t included in the final product, as well as a “tweeter”, i.e. an internal speaker.

TheLostSwede - Antwoord

According to WD and Tom’s Hardware, the SN550 actually uses Host Memory Buffer (HMB), which allows the drive to utilize system memory (set at 64 MB for the consumer version, but we don’t know how much it is for the Xbox Series X). Also, I would think that Microsoft has done lots of optimization to make sure the drive performs as well as possible.

The tweeter in the Xbox 360 was used for making the startup noise when you pressed the power button. I would have liked to seen it present in this Xbox as well, but oh well.

Ethan Zuo -

My bad, it appears there’s support for two types of internal speakers on the chipset PCB.

The part marked CTO8E 2020F1 appears to be a tweeter/buzzer as well. Similar to this if you look at the + marking:

https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/m...

TheLostSwede - Antwoord

Those are likely to be hardware debug leftovers, or devkit leftovers. Extra hardware features are needed for game developer kits, like a CMOS battery, extra buttons and displays for example.

Tom Chai -

The speaker appears to be made by https://www.challengeelectronics.com/

It’s CT08E, not CTO8E. The 2020F1 model doesn’t appear in their catalogue though.

TheLostSwede - Antwoord

Thanks for the tip! It does look like a sound transducer. I’ll update the chip ID with the info.

Arthur Shi -

The Xbox Scarlett items for their put around the new machine are to cost around each other and that is asta to cause a fire but if they're coming answering them it will cause a fire somewhere down the line in somebody's property why do they do something now I'm recall that Xbox Scarlett back in if they're done then do some about it now then there will be too late and where we stayed done something about it but Microsoft don't do nothing about it because they think about money first but I know this sounds a bit harsh but PlayStation always think however selves because they think before their lunch there machines anthonymarks1245@gmail.com

mark carter - Antwoord

What? Are you talking about the videos of people blowing water vapor into their consoles to make them look like they are smoking?

RockL79 -

Is it just me or does the interior, ID, fit, finish of everything in here just look absolutely sub-par for 2020. It looks like a prototype. Like when are they going to put the finished parts in?

Ben_B - Antwoord

Not sure I agree it looks like a prototyp as such, but it looks like a poorly cost optimized design for sure. There are also a lot of space on the PCB for optional parts, such as eMMC, as well as a lot of measurement points, which you normally don’t see outside of PC motherboards designed for overclocking. I guess the next revision should be able to be a lot more cost optimised and most likely also somewhat reduced in size.

TheLostSwede -

Can anyone confirm that the green panel at the top of the inside of the Box comes out easily? I want to have one manufactured in clear acrylic with LEDs along the side.

Jeremy Zimmerman - Antwoord

Did you hear about those “vaporating” series x? After tearing down this xbox, what do you think could casue this “white smoke” from the console?

Patryk - Antwoord

Blow smoke from the bottom. If it is an electronic cigarette, it impresses more.

Oscar -

What is the HDMI port type? I need to replace mine

רוני פינוס - Antwoord

I am pretty sure its hdmi 2.1

RockL79 -

Airflow question. I have the Series X stood vertically in a book filled bookshelf, with around 4 inches open up top and a 5 inch open channel from the wall behind it open to one side. Would it be a bad idea to plug in one of those small flexible USB fans into the back port, and point it in a certain direction?

The goal being to prevent the hot air from bouncing off the roof of the bookshelf back into the machine, without cycling it back in through the bottom vent. Any cooling experts have any thoughts? How best to push the hot air away? would pointing the fan to the open side behind the books deprive air to the bottom intake?

Thanks in advance. Much obliged

illdefined - Antwoord

It wouldn’t help unless its pulling fresh air from somewhere. But 5 inches in the back should be perfectly fine.

RockL79 -

Are you sure that blue stuff isn't toothpaste? Well, I guess I can answer that myself unless Microsoft thinks toothpaste is going to cool their beefy console.

Adam Carlson - Antwoord

How “beefy” can it really be? For the money, i’d expect to see a top of the line Intel processor. AMD is junk.

Jared Reviea - Antwoord

You’ve clearly not been paying attention.

alexatkin -

The solution for the NVme location is RIBBON connector from eBay, on one side is just a NVme conector and the other is where you sit the full side Nvme, I have done it to my PC where the MOBO had NO SPACE for my NVme western digital with a heatsink block. Now the Nvme is sitting on the front of my case with plenty of air, thanks to the ribbon cable. 20 bucks and some DIY.

E M - Antwoord

Is it a gen IV nvme cable? Last I checked they were only gen III.

Jerome Santander -

You missed one of the most intriguing parts: the green light/glow at the top. At the Series X introduction everybody speculated it would be a real light. Microsoft’s renders also implied that. However, it’s just a trick, using a green piece of plastic below the top vents. One of your photos shows the green plastic, but I’d like to see it in more detail.

Stringray - Antwoord

Hi

will I be able to repair the power supply, if it ever gets damaged due to power surge.

Or is there a site I can purchase one to replace. Thanks

Godsway Zigah - Antwoord

it is cool i like it so you can what is inside it

16591 - Antwoord

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