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Mid 2013 revision to the Xbox 360 line of game consoles, featuring 4 USB ports and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.

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Xbox 360 E says ventilation is insufficient

So when I go to turn my Xbox 360E on it shuts down after about 5 minutes of playing and the red light starts blinking on the power button. Then the fan ramps up and I go to turn it back on and it either does the same thing again, or let's me play for hours with no problems.. So I know that it's not actually over heating but for some reason I guess it just thinks that it is? I can't find any threads where anyone has had the se problem

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I would suggest an internal cleaning and replacing the heat sink compound with a GOOD thermal paste.

Tuniq TX-4, or Arctic MX-4. Even if the console is clean, Thermal Paste breaks down causing improper heat transfer.

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