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Hey guys!

I have a 360 Slim 250GB, manufactured 2011-09-29. That would lead me to believe it is a Corona V1, however it has a 12V 10,83A power supply, from a Trinity. I want to RGH but this has been confusing me for a while and I have to know what kind it is to do the actual mod. Can anyone answer my question in the title? Thanks.
 
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What is the amperage rating on the XboX itself? That will tell whether it is Trinity or Corona.
 
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What is the amperage rating on the XboX itself? That will tell whether it is Trinity or Corona.
Sorry, that's what I meant. It's not on the actual power supply; that's the rating on the console itself. I'm not so sure I want to take it apart just yet to see if it has a HANA chip though.
 
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Sorry, that's what I meant. It's not on the actual power supply; that's the rating on the console itself. I'm not so sure I want to take it apart just yet to see if it has a HANA chip though.
If Its 10.83 The It Should Be A Trinity Slim.
 
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Hey guys!

I have a 360 Slim 250GB, manufactured 2011-09-29. That would lead me to believe it is a Corona V1, however it has a 12V 10,83A power supply, from a Trinity. I want to RGH but this has been confusing me for a while and I have to know what kind it is to do the actual mod. Can anyone answer my question in the title? Thanks.
If it's a 10,83 then it should be a Trinity.
However, the only way you're going to find out is to open it up yourself.
 
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