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Solved FSD or Aurora in 2018

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Just wondering what do you think is most stable , and what gives you lowest temperatures to use?

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I wouldn't necessarily say that one versus the other produces different temps, rather both allow you to custom tune your fan speed which would let you regulate your consoles temperature.
 
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I wouldn't necessarily say that one versus the other produces different temps, rather both allow you to custom tune your fan speed which would let you regulate your consoles temperature.
Ok apart from the temps what do you prefer?
 
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Ok apart from the temps what do you prefer?
Honestly I've used FSD since I first got into exploited consoles in 2014 and it has served me well. It's really good for DVD extract and managing file directories, things like that. I plan on using emulators soon which FSD organizes nicely. I have no experience with Aurora so I can't really say, but I've heard its good.
 
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I noticed fsd is easier to copy games on to hdd, and the dashboard looks quiet oldschool.

whilst auroa is more fresher looking.
 
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I like FSD simply because of the old sounds and feel. If only there was a guide menu with a skin similar to the old 360 dashboard as well.
 
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Late entry but I also noticed that if you want to use "360 Content Manager" you have to have FSD. Because Aurora doesn't have SMB server functioning.
 
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