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So I saw this idea floating around here so I thought I'd buy a friends RROD'd Xbox from him and gut it and turn it into a PC. Anyways, after searching around and reading about the few people who have done this I decided I'll give it a shot because it sounds really cool and I have nothing better to do. rolleyes.gif

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Case: RROD'd Xbox 360 that has been gutted

Motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813186211

CPU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116409

Memory: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231316

Blu-Ray Drive: http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-UJ240-Blu-ray-Burner-DVD%C2%B1RW/dp/tech-data/B003AXW2YQ/ref=de_a_smtd

PSU: http://www.mini-box.com/picoPSU-150-XT-150W-Adapter-Power-Kit

MISC:

- 3x Momentary power switches: http://www.frys.com/product/6801536

- 1x Dremel Tool Kit: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002BAHF64/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?ie=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER

- 1x Pack of Fiberglass Reinforced Cut-Off Wheels: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004UDH9/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER

- 1x 6-32 Tap/#36 Drill bit: http://menards.com/main/tools-hardware/power-tool-accessories/threading-tools/6-32-tap-36-drill-combo-set/p-1477126-c-10160.htm

- 1x Glue gun: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Ad-tech-Hi-Temp-Full-Size-Glue-Gun/17404364

- 1x Pack of glue for glue gun: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Ad-tech-Multi-Temp-Full-Size-4-Glue-Sticks-30-ct./17404369

- 2x USB to 4 pin adapters: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000IV6S9S/ref=oh_o00_s00_i00_details

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The main use for this is going to be as a media PC for streaming Blu-Ray/HD content, but of course the primary use it to show off my uber glue gun skills that I used when making this.
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Pictures N' Stuff (My room has terrible lighting and my phone camera blows.)

Parts
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Procedure

First thing I went ahead and did was used that awesome dremel tool to cut out a place for the I/O shield. With my terrible dremel skills it didn't turn out too bad, fits quite well.
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I decided to do something easy and simple after that, putting the HDD in the Xbox case. Since the Xbox 360 uses a laptop sized HDD, it was simple as swapping them out.. and cutting a little bit to make the SATA cable fit right.. Let's no judge the cut job I did because I did it outside at 12AM with no light... people won't see that part anyways.
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Then I went ahead and drilled some holes for the stand-offs and screwed the stand offs in.. however, 3/4 of the holes I drilled were not on a flat location. They were on halfway on a "bump". It's just how the board lined up, but I soldered the 3 stand-offs to the Xbox chassis.
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So then of course since I now had stand-offs I decided to throw the motherboard in,
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And since I had the motherboard in I decided I'd just make sure everything worked and I didn't get any DOA items. Here's everything up and running! I put some MX-4 on that Intel stock heatsink.. 43C under load haha.
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So not much to do inside the case while waiting for a blu-ray drive and switches/resistor. I decided to cut the white casing part for the I/O shield. Turned out looking like this: Not terrible, but not anywhere near professional looking either.
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I started on the RF module afterwards.. dear god I am terrible with a soldering iron but I decided to give it a whirl anyways.. First step: Getting the RF Module to turn PC on, afterwards I can worry about the LED's. Fortunately.. I got it to work, at least the turning on part.. I still need to get the resistor so I can attempt the LED's. Here is a picture of the RF module and the after I turned the PC on using the RF Module:

Also, if any of you are interested in how to do things with an RF Module be sure to check out the thread I made for help regarding this matter:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1209573/pc-in-xbox-shell-rf-module-help

Thanks goes to mordocai-rp for his help.

**EDIT/UPDATE: Turns out I did NOT get the RF Module to work properly **
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Alright so my slim blu-ray drive arrived today and the real problem was how am I going to use the Xbox 360's cd eject button to open my blu-ray drive? Well there really isn't a way unless I take apart my blu-ray drive and wire a switch.. but that would replace the eject button anyways and it wouldn't look like a natural 360. So.. Instead I came up with my own idea that would keep the Xbox 360 look.

I went ahead and took the Xbox 360 CD drive front plate and hot glued a little piece of plastic behind it exactly where my button on my blu-ray drive is. It looks like this:
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Now that I have that done I went ahead and hot glued the front plate to my blu-ray drive's front plate. After that I also hot glued the original Xbox 360 CD drive's legs to my blu-ray drive(it looks weird but it works). I had to use the dremel to cut them out of the 360's CD drive(I completely trashed it to hell to get these legs off too). So now all I have to do to open my blu-ray drive is press somewhere in the middleish of the Xbox 360 front plate and it hits the button and opens the drive. It is mounted in the case using hot glue. Pics below:
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I finally got the momentary power switches in today.. after 6 business days.. like wow I suppose it's super saver shipping for a reason. Anyways I think I'm only using one of these. I mounted the reset momentary power switch into the case where the Xbox 360 sync button is. I also used my ghetto glue gun to make a push button that would actually push it.. After a long while of trial and error trying to make it fit just perfectly and be able to be pressed just perfectly.. I got it done. Pics below:

Also let's not judge my ghetto glue gun work. The black plastic mounted with glue looks VERY bad in the picture below for the sync button, but it works perfectly.
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I mounted the power adapter plugin where the original Xbox 360 power inlet used to be. I cut out a piece of metal with a square in the middle of it and put it around where the inlet was so it would fit my power outlet well(as the xbox 360's was way bigger). I then used my ghetto hot glue to make everything stick in place. Pics below:
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So the USB cables I bought were only 6 inches long so I had to makeshift some extensions as seen below. I did this for both cables and then went on a rampage with the hot glue gun making sure there was no way those USB ports were moving.
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After that was all done.. the last project was finishing the RF module but I tried for hours and couldn't get the damn thing to power the PC on properly.. I still have the RF module laying around if anyone figures this out in the future. Anyways, so I went ahead and made my own power button and used a blue LED I had laying around. Pics of this below, as well as a final shot before putting it all back together!!
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Final Thoughts/Pictures

Those are all the build pictures. As you may have noticed I LOVE that glue gun. I think it's like the best $7 purchase ever.. haha. It's the outside that counts right? 'cuz the outside looks pretty good.

Here's the final look pictures~~!
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***UPDATE*** 3/25/12

After prolonged periods of time with the setup you see above, the HDD would overheat badly due to no airflow whatsoever in the case. With that said, I added 2 50mm fans inside the case as shown below.

One blows directly into the air holes for the HDD, and the other is an exhaust fan.
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Now my HDD sits in the mid 20's! thumb.gif
Edited by iinversion - 3/25/12 at 9:29pm
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you might get a low profile graphics card in if you remove the plate that houses the video connectors and run it like that.
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you might get a low profile graphics card in if you remove the plate that houses the video connectors and run it like that.

Yeah, of course I'd mod it so it would fit. It'd be removing the plate or cutting the end off of it, whichever looks better.
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In this day and age, a dedicated video card like the GT 430 is not necessary when you can just use an AMD apu.

If you do decide to use a dedicated video card, I suggest a ribbon riser cable so you can mount it in any orientation.
     
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In this day and age, a dedicated video card like the GT 430 is not necessary when you can just use an AMD apu.
If you do decide to use a dedicated video card, I suggest a ribbon riser cable so you can mount it in any orientation.

The APU uses too much power for those power supplies. It nears 150W under load depending on the APU and that is really pushing it to the limit. Thanks for the tip though. wink.gif
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Updated OP with the components I'll be purchasing here in the next few days when my checking account clears up.. so long as no more unexpected things come up like they did today.. (car's break line snapped).

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Updated OP again. I changed the CPU to a very budget friendly one. No need for anything more then that since it's purely for media anyways. I have just ordered everything in the OP so I'm just waiting for it to all get here biggrin.gif


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The CPU's TDP is 65w, while the GPU's tdp is 29w. That's 94W.

This APU is 100w/65w...not much difference. Also that ram is like ~10w...and this is on 100% load...which I seriously doubt the cpu/ram/gpu will be at...

Also dude if you get the APU I recommend 1600mhz Ram...it will make sure there is NO skips due to the improved bandwidth!

Here's what I recommend for APU/MOBO/RAM:

APU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103951
Mobo: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131789R
Ram: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147095

Trust me when I say this, the performance will be MUCH better than a gt520 (and better than a gt430).

W/e you decide to do show us pics smile.gif.

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Always enjoy a good xbox pc build! Subbed!

I'm still waiting for someone to make a scratchbuilt case that houses an Xbox, PS3, and Wii. gunner2.gif
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