QUOTE(gamesquest1 @ Jul 11 2009, 11:25 PM)
Is it only me that thinks this looks wierdly dodgy, by this i mean why the hell would they just leave ram unprotected and Bolted to the hard drive with about 4 wires coming off it, i mean ram chips have atleast 50 connection points so why could they have extra ram with a few miesly cables, if that was possible wouldnt actual computer ram manufacture's gotten onto it by now also why is there a controller battery pack shoved under the hard drive :S
The Battery pack is to raise the HDD up without the person's hand being in the picture.
also TV brand Hidden ahhhhh i mean what could that reaveal that would be secret im sure microsoft could find out what brand tv it is anyways so its kinda pointless
and how about it saying exe/xex only on the machine name part....that looks bizzare to me
That's standard on the new XDK dashes (8276+)
also looks like the kind of wired stuff hackers come up with bloody pliers glued to the laser and wierd stuff like that, i mean if microsoft make them im sure they might have managed to get the hard drive case extended to atleast cover the ram.
Did you read the post at all? I'm willing to bet you just skipped to the pictures.
dont start flaming, ill admit right now im no expert but does it not seem ram with four wires might just be a usb drive and they have enabled some ready booste technology for the 360 to increase usable ram for the dev kits, if so couldnt they have just realesed an updated and provided a special usb dongle thing
The board is the " 12MB-addon taken from inside the new devkit sidecar "
Infact from what i can make out on them pics the wires are red black white and green......same a most usb wires
Apparently you haven't ever seen pictures of a Beta-1 xbox 360.