Xbox Series X disassembled. The console recently made its debut and some baseless news came about. Leaving these left us wondering how the console works and what’s inside. On the TronicsFix YouTube channel, show what is in the Xbox Series X, how the cooling works, and one of the most important things this channel does is how well the devices can be repaired.
Microsoft takes the cooling of Xbox Series X seriously
TronicsFix disassembles the Xbox Series X and we see the motherboard sandwich. The console is said to be taken very seriously in terms of cooling. In particular, metal retaining legs that bend in the opposite direction are designed so that the heat sink on the processor makes good contact with the processor. The Master Chief logo on the back is also a nice reference.
The back of the console is quite easy to remove, but the PS5 is more economical in this regard as you can press the side cover onto the PS5. The console air outlet is at the top. It used to be thought to let air in, in fact the console sucks in air from below, creating a continuous stream of fresh air.
The person taking the console apart suggests that the vents underneath it are insufficient and those who will be using the console should not put it on the floor. He says these holes will close easily because of the dust and hair on the floor. He states that when used upright, it is better not to put it on the ground.
Microsoft had shown its interior design before the Xbox Series X came out, but when it did, it used a mock-up. There was no design like in the video, the version Microsoft introduced was more about what the parts will look like. TronicsFix examines the Xbox Series X in detail and compares it to the Xbox One X itself. TronicsFix says the Series X is slightly easier to repair than the One X. As shown in the video, Series X has a more compact design.