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{{Infobox_Motherboard
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|image = Xbox 360 revisions xenon motherboard.jpg
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|caption = Xenon Motherboard
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|introduced = November 2005
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|cpu = 90nm
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|gpu = 90nm
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|edram = 90nm
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|nand = 16MB (Devkit 64MB)
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|powersupply = 203 W
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|hdmi = No
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|specialnotes = The Xbox 360 launch model motherboard
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|powerrating = 12V⎓16.5A
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|powerconnector = Powerconnector_xenonzephyr.png
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The original Xbox 360 configuration used in the initial Premium and Core machines released in the end of November 2005.<br/> These are also know as the RRoD (Red Ring of Death) machines because the GPU chip warps away from the motherboard because of excessive heat.
 
The original Xbox 360 configuration used in the initial Premium and Core machines released in the end of November 2005.<br/> These are also know as the RRoD (Red Ring of Death) machines because the GPU chip warps away from the motherboard because of excessive heat.
  
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* Shipping with Hitachi and Samsung DVD-Drive
 
* Shipping with Hitachi and Samsung DVD-Drive
 
* Later models have glue around the CPU and GPU
 
* Later models have glue around the CPU and GPU
[[File:Xbox 360 revisions xenon motherboard.jpg]]
 
  
 
[[Category:Xbox360_Hardware]]
 
[[Category:Xbox360_Hardware]]

Revision as of 22:50, 30 July 2020

Xenon (Motherboard)
Xbox 360 revisions xenon motherboard.jpg
Xenon Motherboard
Introduced November 2005
CPU Process 90nm
GPU Process 90nm
eDRAM Process 90nm
Power Supply 203 W
NAND 16MB (Devkit 64MB)
HDMI No
Special Notes The Xbox 360 launch model motherboard
Power Rating 12V⎓16.5A
Power Connector
Powerconnector xenonzephyr.png

The original Xbox 360 configuration used in the initial Premium and Core machines released in the end of November 2005.
These are also know as the RRoD (Red Ring of Death) machines because the GPU chip warps away from the motherboard because of excessive heat.

  • 90 nm IBM CPU
  • 90 nm ATI GPU and 90nm on-chip eDRAM
  • Low profile GPU cooler
  • Standard CPU cooler
  • 203 Watt output power supply (16.5 A)
  • Shipping with Hitachi and Samsung DVD-Drive
  • Later models have glue around the CPU and GPU