Tools used to desolder tsop and eeprom .... Ersa desoldering Pincette, Ersa Flux and a good no-clean wick ;-)

 


Just installed a lab socket for easy changing of NAND flash....so is open....

 


.....and so is closed....

 


the result of changing the TSOP with another one is a black screen + red blink like that....every TSOP is crypted with a different key

 


Some x360 don't have the eeprom near the CPU
Consoles that have the eeprom works fine also if you desolder it ... just tried ;-)

 


Some experiments with TSOP....desoldered it and resoldered on another x360...NO GO...

 


Et voilà...no more TSOP :-)

 


it's here!!

 


Uh...a lot of soldering works today :-)

 


The front side of the X360 Core mobo......

 


.... and the back side .........

 


IBM PowerPC CPU (with an interesting Atmel 25020AN EEprom on the right) and ......

 


ATI GPU ..... FULL POWER!!!

 


EEprom desoldering ... but my programmer cannot read it ... sigh!!

 


The HeatSinks of GPU (left) and CPU (right)

 


The mobo part under TSOP

 


and the backside of zone that is very similar with XBOX Lpc bus.....

 


some interesting connections between the mysterious XBOX360 chip and the ATI GPU

 


What you get with X360 Core version……

 


My new little girl….

 


Sticker infos are very similar to that of xbox 1

 


Yeah…5 minutes to open it…really easy using Anandtech infos…..

 


On the left the old XBOX DVD player…on right the X360 ones (is smaller)

 


Details about the DVD Player brand found into my X360

 


Under the DVD Player there is a nice point very similar to the xbox LPC bus….

 


In some x360 the small square component near the upper left corner is different …

 


Ah, nice, an interesting TSOP flash …. Dashboard inside?

 


Probably a SCALER chip (thank's to Pietro for infos)

 

MORE PHOTOS TO COME......