Xbox 360 Parts
Replacement parts for your Xbox 360 model to fix your broken console!
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Arctic Silver Thermal Paste
Forms a continuous, heat conductive layer between a processor and its heat sink. A new layer of thermal paste keeps your processor from overheating. 3.5 grams
Arctic Silver ArctiClean
Two part cleaner dissolves old thermal paste on heat sinks and processors. One 30 ml bottle of thermal material remover and one 30 ml bottle of thermal surface purifier.
Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death Fix Kit
Fix kit for Xbox 360 consoles with the "Red Ring of Death" (RRoD) failure. Replace, reattach, and reclamp the heat sinks on your Xbox 360. Usually fixes a RRoD Xbox—als...
Xbox 360 Faceplate
Replace the plastic face plate including the USB & memory card doors.
Xbox 360 Upper Case Screw Set
This set of screws secures the upper case to the chassis.
Xbox 360 Xenon GPU Heat Sink
Replace the GPU heat sink with attached mounting posts for the Xbox 360 Xenon. Thermal paste is not included.
Xbox 360 Dual Fans (Late Models)
Replace the dual cooling fans with power cable and three-pin connector for late model (all except Xenon) Xbox 360 consoles.
Xbox 360 Xenon Motherboard and Paired Optical Drive
Replace the motherboard for Xbox 360 Xenon with its paired optical drive. The heat sinks are not included.
Xbox 360 Optical Drive Tray Cover & Eject Button
Replace the plastic optical drive tray cover and eject button.
Xbox 360 HDD Enclosure
Replace the plastic and metal hard drive enclosure that snaps onto the the Xbox 360. This part does not include a hard drive.
The Xbox 360 was the successor to Microsoft's Xbox and debuted in 2005.
The Xbox 360 has been plagued by the so-called "Red Ring of Death" (RROD) hardware problem. Fixing your Xbox 360 can be a cost effective alternative to buying a new console. There are five models of the Xbox 360, each identified by a code name. Select your console version above, or use our ID page if you're not sure which model you own.