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    There is one constant reality when it comes to home computing devices, and that is heat generation. Every laptop, every video game console, every desktop PC, and, well, basically any electronic device emits heat. The more power, the more heat, and the more cooling you'll need to keep things nice and frosty.
    Microsoft's Xbox brand took a bit of a hit during the Xbox 360 days, when the earlier batches of the console started to "RROD," or Red Ring of Death, caused by overheating. Subsequent hardware revisions fixed the issue, but a question of heat dissipation has hung over Xbox consoles ever since. The Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X do not suffer from widespread heating problems, thankfully, but they can get a little bit noisy under load, not to mention a bit toasty.
    How hot and noisy does the far more powerful Xbox Series X get? Let's take a look, Predator style.

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    10-15-2020 10:00 AM

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