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The Xbox 360 has used multiple different type of heatsinks for cooling the processors.

Xbox 360 (Original)

The Original Xbox 360 used 2 heatsinks: one for the CPU, and one for the GPU. There were also 2 different versions of each heatsink.

Heatpipe CPU

Used on the Xenon, Zephyr, and Elpis motherboards. It was also used on very early versions of the Falcon motherboard.

Aluminum CPU

Used on the Falcon, Jasper, and Tonasket motherboards.

Low Profile GPU

Used on early/mid Xenon motherboards, Zephyr_A motherboards, and returned on the Tonasket motherboard.

Extended GPU

Used on late Xenon, Zephyr_B/C, Elpis, Falcon, and Jasper motherboards.

Xbox 360 S and Xbox 360 E

The Xbox 360 S and Xbox 360 E use a single heatsink for the CGPU. There were 2 versions of the heatsink. Both versions have a fan mounted on them.

Tall Slug

Used on the Trinity motherboard. This heatsink was only used for a brief time.

Short Slug

Used on the Trinity, Corona, Waitsburg, and Stingray motherboards. It was also used on Winchester with slightly shortened pegs on the bottom, as Winchester removed the IHS.