Yes it was once done by [H] but now it was my turn to play. I fought with bloody fists to get this Xbox 360 and finally the time has come! I bought it on Friday of last week and as soon as I got home even before turning it on I opened Firefox and surfed to Xbox-Scene. I then found the tutorial for opening the Xbox360 found here. Please use that link as a point of reference during this project.
Also I would like to point out that if you have not had at least a little experience soldering or modifying consoles that you should stop now and just read this tutorial. I do not take responsibility if you break your console, spill liquid on your power supply and burn your house down, burn yourself with the hot soldering iron, cut your finger off with the dremel or breath in small metal particles due to lack of ventilation or face masking. With that out of the way please continue on and see the behind the scenes of water-cooling an Xbox360 that [H] failed to mention.
Oh yea one last thing before we start. Consider this a beta testing on water-cooling. This just like many others is my first time touching a 360 let alone water-cooling it. Some of the pictures may look sloppy and that is because they are. I would like to say that being that this is my first time touching one I may have overlooked some things. Like holes being too big and not positioned properly. Use me as a point of reference and maybe yours will come out looking better then mine.