Published byrss on 2010-06-16 Category: Xbox 360 | Page Views: 7848
The following charts explain the difference between each Xbox 360 model in great detail. Several revisions have been made to the hardware, including motherboard, CPU, and GPU sizes. This significantly impacts noise level, power consumption, and reliability. We’ll include a separate chart showing the different hardware revisions.
The new Xbox 360 console consumes 10% less power than existing Jasper Xbox 360. According to official statistics released by Microsoft, the new Xbox 360 only requires 135W of power while gaming, as opposed to the 150W the existing Jasper Xbox 360 requires. According to Microsoft, the power consumption drops to just 1W when putting the new Slim 360 into standby, a whopping 50% reduction off the 2W the Jasper uses.
1 250 GB Elite version with 2 controllers are only available as bundles with either Modern Warfare 2, Final Fantasy XIII, or Splinter Cell: Conviction. Colours and other things may differ from table above. 2 Memory unit was discontinued after 12/2008 and replaced with: 3 256 MB onboard memory, which lasted until 11/2009 4 512 MB onboard was used when the Jasper motherboard was introduced 5 HDMI and Hybrid cables were removed from the Elite bundle in 09/2009
Xbox 360 Hardware Revisions
Here is the hardware chart, so you can sort out the differences between hardware revisions. The best way to tell which one you have is to look at the power supply. If you have an Arcade version, the size of the integrated memory should tell you as well.
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