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Overheating Xbox 360? RROD? Use Your Air Conditioner!

Red Ring Of Death was a major problem for most (older) Xbox 360's. The RROD was usually caused by over-heating inside the console. We've seen many backyard solutions claiming to fix this, but none as elaborate — or possibly effective — as this.

It may not be easy on the eye, and certainly won't win any awards for style, but how awesome is  piping an air conditioner directly into the console? Here is your soloution to overheating! Next someone will problem mount an Xbox inside of a fridge!

The new Xbox 360 S models are reportedly a lot more reliable than the older Elite pictured here.

All we need now is Microsoft to start mass producing air conditioners, and piping to fix the dreaded RROD!

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Red Ring Of Death was a major problem for most (older) Xbox 360's. The RROD was usually caused by over-heating inside the console. We've seen many backyard solutions claiming to fix this, but none as elaborate — or possibly effective — as this.

It may not be easy on the eye, and certainly won't win any awards for style, but how awesome is  piping an air conditioner directly into the console? Here is your soloution to overheating! Next someone will problem mount an Xbox inside of a fridge!

The new Xbox 360 S models are reportedly a lot more reliable than the older Elite pictured here.

All we need now is Microsoft to start mass producing air conditioners, and piping to fix the dreaded RROD!