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watercooled my xbox 360, build video pt. 2 (FOR SALE)

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Published on Jan 29, 2010

EDIT: the point of the mod was mostly just to see if i could do it. i had the extra money/parts and the extra time. and the point of watercooling is to help cool down the hotter overclocked parts. the xbox 360 runs really hot, too hot for comfort. they're known for failing because of heat. that was the point of this experiment. it's still running strong today.

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final build video. putting together the plumbing together for the watercooled xbox 360 and filling the unit with coolant.

for more information on this project, please visit

http://www.underattacker.com/?s=water...

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Coolcakes
There is no point in watercooling your dam xbox, because its already cool enough, that or tailsmoon fan
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X7XyourselfX7X
The title should be, "Turned my xbox into a nuclear reactor, for sale"
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gage
It's not boosted... That's a radiator not an intercooler
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1977JohnBoy
im guessing this is still for sale
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Polo Lean
this xbox on drugs
PANTERAIsTrueMetal
You go through all that trouble to customize your xbox 360 then run it on av2 on your tv .hahahahaha
Undead Samurai
so much hate for no reason lmao
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SpringY1989
Does that house have no roof? windy as.
Christian Stout
What did you use to power the pump and fan? Does the console itself provide enough power for both of them, or did you incorporate some external power supply?
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Gumey Gume
Hell yeah water cooling is really nice. Great work love it!
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