The RROD issue has plagued the Xbox 360 since it’s conception and while the problem hasn’t completely disappeared there has been a noticeable decline in it’s occurrence.
However there is a new beast in town that I personally have seen before, the previously innocuous E74 which normally meant an unseated or faulty AV cable has now become a lot more deadly.
Apparently the new HDMI models are more susceptible to this issue which is now being caused by the ANA/HANA scaling chips coming looseâ€¦
Now I have no idea what a ANA/HANA scaling chip is but a rumour about faulty manufacturing in the Xbox 360 has to be taken seriously.
Source: Joystiq[Thanks Fox1 for the tip]
Last Updated: March 18, 2009