"when you get a job and a computer engineer I will listen untill then I laugh "
well I do have a jobb, and I know how to build computers, infact ive build around 30 pc:s and I¨ve fixed alot of X360 RROD. All I asked was your opinion on the subject, dont see who my jobb have anything to do with it.
Well, all of you now about the big fucking problem with 360's RROD problem. The problem is that the 360 overheats, so now with the Avatars being shown in the dashboard it means that the GPU of the 360 have to be working hard to render the charechters wich means more heat. More heat=RROD. Now aperantly Microsoft have fixed this problems with better colling on the newer machines, but all those old ones still have this problem. Anyway, thats just some thing I was thinking about and are curious to see what you people think about it. And no I am not a 360 hater or anything, love my 360 just don¨t want it to die.
"yeah i've never gone into the overclocking stuff either myself.... If you know what your doing and you make sure not to push the video cards, cpu's to much and have good enough cooling you should be okay.... but doesn't it burn out your cpu and gpu much faster when you start overclocking them? as their not supposed to be running at those speeds? i always wondered about that, coz i wouldn't wanna spend several hundred bucks on a card, overclock it, and then hav it fail after a year, if you guys know what i mean? "
It's true overclocking will shorten the lifespan of the product, but not to that degree. A CPU that would last 10 years, will maybe last 8 years after overclocking. But then again who uses a CPU for more then 5 years.