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What is the biggest hard drive for Xbox 360?
The Xbox 360 250GB Hard Drive is the largest storage option for Xbox 360.
Can you put a 250GB hard drive in a 4GB Xbox 360?
Yes, you can. I have done the same to my Xbox 360 S 4GB. I added a Microsoft 360 250GB HDD. Just make sure you get the « right » hard drive (has to be compatible for Xbox 360 SLIM), as stores might sell hard drives for the older versions of the Xbox 360.
Does Xbox 360 Elite have hard drive?
Add more storage space to your Xbox 360 console with this Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite 120 GB hard drive. This drive comes in the Elite Black color and features 120 GB of storage capacity. Store tons more game saves, videos and games from Xbox Live Marketplace, or load music from your CD collection.
How many GB does Xbox 360 have?
Comparison of features
|Xbox 360 Arcade||256 MB memory unit|
|Xbox 360 S||320 GB HDD|
|250 GB HDD|
|4 GB onboard|
Can you put a SSD in a Xbox 360?
The Xbox 360 only supports up to USB 2.0, so any speed gains you’ll get from an SSD would be severely gimped by the limited bandwidth of USB 2.0, even if you use a USB 3.0 enclosure. You would get better use of a USB-SSD on an Xbox One.
How can you tell the difference between Xbox 360 4GB and 250GB?
The difference between XBOX 360 4GB and XBOX 360 250 GB is the memory capacity. The former has inbuilt 4GB flash memory, whereas the latter has a hard drive attached to it. The memory capacity is more looked upon by certain users for a lot of media files and videos to be stored.
Can you put a hard drive in a 4GB Xbox 360?
Yes, you can. I have done the same to my Xbox 360 S 4GB. I added a Microsoft 360 250GB HDD. Just make sure you get the “right” hard drive (has to be compatible for Xbox 360 SLIM), as stores might sell hard drives for the older versions of the Xbox 360.
What GB is my Xbox 360?
The “classic” Xbox 360 (the one on the left) generally has the hard drive size on a silver label on the drive’s casing. The drive sticks out of the top (or left side, if it’s laying down) of the unit. If unlabeled, it is probably 20GB.