Dragon Electronic: Another cooling system for your X360

dragon electronics' intercoolerAccessory developer Nyko was on the news the other day, claiming to replace broken Xbox 360s upon first hand verification that their product indeed caused the system to fail. The company was confident as they further stated that they remain 100% convinced with their Intercooler.

There are no official numbers regarding the matter, and even here at QJ, users are not agreeing if the product does work perfectly fine or perfectly disastrous. Amidst this on-going commotion, a new company suddenly sprang up offering a product the same as Nyko’s. Dragon Electronics releases their Thermostatic Cooling System 2, a plug and play, two-fan setup for the X360.

Just like Nyko, Dragon maintains that their product prolongs the console’s lifespan and that your Xbox 360 won’t be prone to crashes by keeping its working temperature in check. The setup also has a built-in auto sensor that makes the system turn off and on depending on the console temperature.

There are a few reservations when it comes to this product. According to the accessory’s manual, the add-on does not require extra power supply as it uses that of the console’s. It would be remembered that certain Microsoft representatives said that this exact thing causes the console to fail as it is denied of enough power current during startup.

On a lighter, but as equally dubious note, Dragon Electronics furnished an online manual of their product and they had their own name misspelled on it. Hmm… While we understand that this has nothing to do with the product itself, we believe any craft is reflective of its creator. We are reserving our comments as of now, since our own X360 is comfortably situated in a well air-conditioned room and is not needing any additional ventilation.

Via Dragon-Electronics

dragon electronics' intercoolerAccessory developer Nyko was on the news the other day, claiming to replace broken Xbox 360s upon first hand verification that their product indeed caused the system to fail. The company was confident as they further stated that they remain 100% convinced with their Intercooler.

There are no official numbers regarding the matter, and even here at QJ, users are not agreeing if the product does work perfectly fine or perfectly disastrous. Amidst this on-going commotion, a new company suddenly sprang up offering a product the same as Nyko’s. Dragon Electronics releases their Thermostatic Cooling System 2, a plug and play, two-fan setup for the X360.

Just like Nyko, Dragon maintains that their product prolongs the console’s lifespan and that your Xbox 360 won’t be prone to crashes by keeping its working temperature in check. The setup also has a built-in auto sensor that makes the system turn off and on depending on the console temperature.

There are a few reservations when it comes to this product. According to the accessory’s manual, the add-on does not require extra power supply as it uses that of the console’s. It would be remembered that certain Microsoft representatives said that this exact thing causes the console to fail as it is denied of enough power current during startup.

On a lighter, but as equally dubious note, Dragon Electronics furnished an online manual of their product and they had their own name misspelled on it. Hmm… While we understand that this has nothing to do with the product itself, we believe any craft is reflective of its creator. We are reserving our comments as of now, since our own X360 is comfortably situated in a well air-conditioned room and is not needing any additional ventilation.

Via Dragon-Electronics

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