QUOTE(mgchan @ Jun 26 2009, 10:45 PM)
Just started looking into Xbox 360. What I'd like is to be able to play backups and stream Netflix, playing online would be nice, and avoid any RROD issues, obviously. Preferably this will be outputted as 1080p through HDMI.
I'm planning on getting the following:
1) Xbox 360 Arcade from Dell (says it comes with 512mb memory which from what I gather suggests that it is a Jasper version?)
2) Western Digital 120gb BEVS drive from Newegg
3) Hard drive enclosure
4) Connectivity kit v3; as it seems these new systems will come with a Lite-On drive
I have a PCMCIA SATA card which I think has the correct VIA chipset (as suggested by the site's user reviews).
With these (and appropriate cables/torx screwdrivers), I should be able to flash my DVD drive and hard drive, correct?
I'm considering paying someone to flash my drive for me rather than getting a connectivity kit, but then would I be stuck with whatever firmware they put on my drive unless I pay to have it flashed again?
Thanks in advance.
Why do people order these from Dell are they cheaper? Anyways I sell premodded japers. Latest iXtreme FW. You could get a 120 hd off eGay for around the same price as it would cost to build and buy all the garbage you will need.