Xbox 360 motherboards

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NOTE: The power supply voltage and current details are printed on the back of the Xbox 360 console case.

Contents

Xenon (launch 2005)

  • Launch model
  • Red Ring of Death / heat issues
  • 203 Watt power supply / 12V rated 16.5A
  • This motherboard is not supported by the Xbox 360 Reset Glitch Hack

Zephyr (early 2008) - HDMI output

  • Extended GPU cooler
  • 203 Watt power supply / 12V rated 16.5A

Falcon (late 2007) - HDMI

  • 65 nm CPU
  • Bigger CPU cooler
  • 175 Watt power supply / 12V rated 14.2A

Opus (mid 2008)

  • Xbox 360 Reset Glitch Hack: Select Falcon .jed file for this one.
  • No HDMI output
  • Replacements for Xenon repairs, 65 nm CPU
  • 175 Watt power supply / 12V rated 14.2A

Jasper (later 2008) - HDMI

  • 65 nm GPU (the true way to identify a Jasper is by looking at the chip)
  • 256 MB internal flash memory
  • 150 Watt power supply / 12V rated 12.1A

Trinity (June 2010) Xbox 360 Slim

  • 45 nm XCGPU
  • 135 Watt power supply / 12V rated 10.83A

Corona (August 2011) Xbox 360 Slim

  • 45 nm XCGPU
  • 120 Watt power supply / 12V rated 9.86A

Winchester (September 2014) Xbox 360 Slim

  • POST_BUS is missing
  • CGPU is without IHS (type: 4672991 D-A3;X888841-001)
  • SKhynix or ST NAND Samsung K4J10324KG-HC14 memory
  • 500 GB consoles
  • This motherboard is not supported by the Xbox 360 Reset Glitch Hack (yet)
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