HQ NETWORK:  Xbox One | Xbox 360 | Auto Installer Deluxe | Web Games Arcade HQ Network: 1,737 | Guests: 714 | Members: 2


   Current Location: Forums Xbox original harddrive died   |   original xbox Error 16   |   XBOX Vers.1 Wont load only to Live account. Help Please   |   Xbox V1.1 and V1.4 VGA Patches invluding 128MB RAM   |   Xbox Classic - flashing red/orange LED   |   Help updating to a newer dashboard.   |   Lost 1TB HDD   |   Xbox CRT TV Filter   |   EEprom chip.   |   Old SST Chip w/ Pic help to remove   |   
  Home | Active Topics | CD/DVD Media | Downloads | Forums | Feedback | Games | HardDrives | Homebrew | My Profile | ModChips | Reviews | Search | SoftMods | Tutorials
Xbox Forums
Discuss all aspects of the Xbox Console in our Interactive Forums...
Xbox-Hq.Com :: View topic - Onboard Passive Maximum.
Xbox-Hq.Com Forum Index -> Xbox General Discussions
Post new topic Reply to topic    
 Onboard Passive Maximum. View previous topic :: View next topic  
 
 
 
 
AdmiralShlong
Xbox-HQ Member
Xbox-HQ Member



Xbox Version: 1.1 & 360E 500
Modded: X-DU Alpha ModChip

Joined: Oct 01, 2014
Posts: 83
Location: CA, USA

Post Posted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:16 pm   
Post subject: Onboard Passive Maximum.
Reply with quote
 
How far above the stock capacitance and resistance can one go before the current is filtered and slowed beyond proper function?

I'm posing this toward a stock condition board, one with double RAM, and one with RAM and CPU upgrades.

_________________
320GB ST3320620A 7200RPM 16MB Cache
Gellid GC-Extreme Thermal Compound
StarTech 80 Conductor U-ATA Cable
80mm Xilence Hydro Bearing Fan
X-DU Chip & Toggle Switch
Taiyo Yuden Clock Cap
Xbox 1.1 MainBoard
XBMC 3.5.3 Dash
iND-BiOS 5004
128MB RAM


View user's profile Send private message Send e-mail
 
 
 
 
kaos_engr
Xbox-HQ Enthusiast
Xbox-HQ Enthusiast




Joined: Jun 04, 2012
Posts: 27

Post Posted: Tue Aug 22, 2017 4:58 am   
Post subject:
Reply with quote
 
Depends on what function the part is used for. Which capacitors and resistors in particular?

The function of some circuits is adversely affected by small changes in component values while others are not.


View user's profile Send private message
 
 
 
 
AdmiralShlong
Xbox-HQ Member
Xbox-HQ Member



Xbox Version: 1.1 & 360E 500
Modded: X-DU Alpha ModChip

Joined: Oct 01, 2014
Posts: 83
Location: CA, USA

Post Posted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 6:13 pm   
Post subject:
Reply with quote
 
All the capacitors and resistors. How far can I go with the rear mounted and surace mounted ones accross the board. where do I find or how do I calculate the max healthy ratings?

Furthermore, how do I find out which caps to get to fill empty secondary surface spots? Like spots C5A5 and C6E2. C5A5 looks to be a spot for a large version of the surrounding R4P 10 16V surface caps near the video encoder. Although their rating is unlabelled and IJm unsure the designated rating for C5A5. Basically I'm looking for an unofficial xbox service manual for electrical ratings. I thought one existed and I saw it, but where?

_________________
320GB ST3320620A 7200RPM 16MB Cache
Gellid GC-Extreme Thermal Compound
StarTech 80 Conductor U-ATA Cable
80mm Xilence Hydro Bearing Fan
X-DU Chip & Toggle Switch
Taiyo Yuden Clock Cap
Xbox 1.1 MainBoard
XBMC 3.5.3 Dash
iND-BiOS 5004
128MB RAM


View user's profile Send private message Send e-mail
 
Display posts from previous:   
  Post new topic  
 
  Reply to topic  
|
 All times are GMT | Page 1 of 1
Jump to:  
 

You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum
You cannot attach files in this forum
You can download files in this forum
 

 Members Online (2) / Guests Online (714)
Members Browsing
Spawnage, Jody93X547,

Legend
Administrator  Moderator  VIP Member  Registered User  Banned Users