but try to give a break to your xbox after playin 2-3 hours
The newer Jasper revision have rarely this problem.
I have no idea what people are doing, that they get it all 1-2 months. Maybe they have it standing in the sun and play 24/7.
My elite from october 09 don't have any problems.
The problems were bigger on older consoles, but they are gone for the most now, till the GPU/CPU are produced in 65nm.
The new XBOX "slim" shouldn't have the problems, because it have better cooling system and uses 45nm.
I don't think that you can get old revisions which were afflicted by RRoD.
[Edited by Arhey, 7/12/2010 3:47:18 AM]
Well most of the RRoD are considered a problem with the regular 360's because of the rush-job manufacturing was only done on the regular 360's, not on Elite's.
So mainly it is a problem with the regular 360, but only with the first models really. Otherwise the user is doing something to cause it to RRoD
Problem was the solder, which had to be plumb free. Many manufacturers have/had similar problems, but there it wasn't big problem, because the components didn't got that hot.
and don't worry about "taking a break" because the elite was built with a different cooling system than the original 360's. I've had mine on for three days straight before and boning happened. it was barely warm by the end of it.
If you ever need to fix it pm me and I will try to help you.
[Edited by shianova, 7/12/2010 1:38:06 PM]
maybe but as i said it is good to give a break to xbox after playing for 2-3 hoursand
but dont place your xbox on hot rooms and...