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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822136387

I used that one on mine that I sold.

so If I put my 320GB HDD in there how much do you think my asking price should be on Craigslist?
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360 Pro's (20 gig) seem a lot more reliable than the 360 slims which are actually quite unreliable.
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Originally Posted by KrisBKreeme;14527811 
so If I put my 320GB HDD in there how much do you think my asking price should be on Craigslist?

You can only put up to 250GB HDDs in it currently, until MS releases one that can hold more than that. They are hard-limited by what the highest HDD is that they've used so far. Also, it may or may not be dependant on the type of drive. I know for a fact it used to just be specific drive models.


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360 Pro's (20 gig) seem a lot more reliable than the 360 slims which are actually quite unreliable.

What are you on.
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360 Pro's (20 gig) seem a lot more reliable than the 360 slims which are actually quite unreliable.

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Oh I get it, RROD is a sign of reliability. Basically it's telling the user you've properly maintained the console and now it is retiring to an old person's golf resort on the beach.
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