The two generations of Xbox consoles look quite dissimilar to one another. The original Xbox had a black/green paint scheme, and its top case formed a large "X". On the other hand, the Xbox 360 has its name inscribed on the front; rounded corners further distinguish it from the original.
Model History ¶
The original Microsoft Xbox was first introduced in the United States on November 15, 2001. That model featured a 700 MHz Pentium III processor. The Xbox 360, introduced in 2005, transitioned to a 3.2 GHz PowerPC Tri-Core Xenon processor. The PowerPC CPU is notable since it's based on the same architecture as processors found in older Apple laptop models.
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This problem is so common due to a combination of high heat output from the high-performance technology in the consoles, bad heat sink design, and brittle lead-free solder. Solutions to these problems specific to each model and available on the respective device pages.