Does the Xbox One have any reported problems like 360 had with RRoD?

#1MajinGooPosted 11/15/2013 11:18:46 AM
Just wondering considering the PS4 is like a next-gen Xbox 360.

http://videogamesandnews.com/ps4s-red-line-death-true/
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#2bessy67Posted 11/15/2013 11:27:44 AM
Give it some time after launch for both systems and we'll see. All these reports of PS4 issues are troubling but I think it gets a bit overblown because of social media.
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#3assassin10133Posted 11/15/2013 11:31:53 AM
Umm, impossible to know right now seeing as XB1 isn't even out yet. And in regards to PS4, you'll have to wait a while to find out how many units are actually having problems and if it's one consistent thing or isolated incidents. Last I heard the failure rate on PS4 was only 0.4%, which is miniscule.
#4SubSeenixPosted 11/15/2013 11:36:42 AM(edited)
MajinGoo posted...
Just wondering considering the PS4 is like a next-gen Xbox 360.

http://videogamesandnews.com/ps4s-red-line-death-true/


Media tries to find faults

You know what?
No one is going to talk about 5 Million working devices of any kind for any electronic product in the world.
They all talk about those few units that break down.
And they don't talk about how those units break down - IGN for example reported about that Taco Bell guy...Did they mention this guy ripped the cables out of his PS4,crashed the HDD and after hours even further damaged the console?
Yeah they didn't...Weird right?That guy even livestreamed the whole thing so they could have looked at it.No they wrote their own story "Sony is crap"
Journalism :D

(New) Electronics tend to have a 3% failure rate.
Of course not day 1 but in 1 Million pieces there COULD be 30 000 devices that could break down or are somehow at fault.
Companies know this and everyone who works in the industry does too.

What is really worth talking over?And why did everyone slaughter Microsoft and the 360 so hard for the RROD?
Cause ~80% of the Launch Consoles had a death sentence on them the day they were made cause Microsoft KNOWINGLY let them go out after they used a certain low quality piece that should have regulated the problems to keep a RROD away.

The percentage of faulty PS4 Consoles will be damn low compared to the amount they will sell in the first few weeks.

And does the One have that?
We don't know cause Microsoft isn't talking at all and everyone else is still under the NDA.
So we will know stuff like that at release probably and then if they don't want media to talk about that(money talks the loudest language) maybe never
Why do you think Reviews and stuff are available for PS4 Versions while most aren't allowed to talk about the One Versions and the NDA gets lifted just shortly before release?
Cause Microsoft knows their versions have problems while the PS4 Versions are superior.
Money talks
#5HalecticPosted 11/15/2013 11:35:01 AM
Most of the PS4 problems happening are the result of PSN being overloaded.


There have been some reports of the PS4 overloading HDMI ports on some TVs, as well as a piece of metal that is bent in the HDMI port that was supposed to have been cut off.
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#6Pixx0Posted 11/15/2013 11:36:12 AM
MajinGoo posted...
Just wondering considering the PS4 is like a next-gen Xbox 360.

http://videogamesandnews.com/ps4s-red-line-death-true/


IF only..that would have made the piece of crap 360 some decent hardware then.

http://uk.ign.com/articles/2009/08/17/report-xbox-360-failure-rate-reaches-54

54%...and it was 4 years ago

what a joke
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#7SpikeTheSpaceCowboyPosted 11/15/2013 9:28:59 PM
So was it 54% or 80%?
Fact: 72% of all statistics are made up. *snickers* ^~^
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#8bob15xPosted 11/15/2013 9:37:09 PM
assassin10133 posted...
Umm, impossible to know right now seeing as XB1 isn't even out yet. And in regards to PS4, you'll have to wait a while to find out how many units are actually having problems and if it's one consistent thing or isolated incidents. Last I heard the failure rate on PS4 was only 0.4%, which is miniscule.


That percentage is be it should never be used, they said that was the percentage based on shipped units and was not even releasednyet so almost all of those units were still in warehouses
#9uchihajuan176Posted 11/15/2013 9:40:47 PM
SubSeenix posted...
MajinGoo posted...
Just wondering considering the PS4 is like a next-gen Xbox 360.

http://videogamesandnews.com/ps4s-red-line-death-true/


Media tries to find faults

You know what?
No one is going to talk about 5 Million working devices of any kind for any electronic product in the world.
They all talk about those few units that break down.
And they don't talk about how those units break down - IGN for example reported about that Taco Bell guy...Did they mention this guy ripped the cables out of his PS4,crashed the HDD and after hours even further damaged the console?
Yeah they didn't...Weird right?That guy even livestreamed the whole thing so they could have looked at it.No they wrote their own story "Sony is crap"
Journalism :D

(New) Electronics tend to have a 3% failure rate.
Of course not day 1 but in 1 Million pieces there COULD be 30 000 devices that could break down or are somehow at fault.
Companies know this and everyone who works in the industry does too.

What is really worth talking over?And why did everyone slaughter Microsoft and the 360 so hard for the RROD?
Cause ~80% of the Launch Consoles had a death sentence on them the day they were made cause Microsoft KNOWINGLY let them go out after they used a certain low quality piece that should have regulated the problems to keep a RROD away.

The percentage of faulty PS4 Consoles will be damn low compared to the amount they will sell in the first few weeks.

And does the One have that?
We don't know cause Microsoft isn't talking at all and everyone else is still under the NDA.
So we will know stuff like that at release probably and then if they don't want media to talk about that(money talks the loudest language) maybe never
Why do you think Reviews and stuff are available for PS4 Versions while most aren't allowed to talk about the One Versions and the NDA gets lifted just shortly before release?
Cause Microsoft knows their versions have problems while the PS4 Versions are superior.
Money talks


this sounded real fanboy-ish and the last part isnt even true AND yet hes on the xbox one board
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#10assassin10133Posted 11/15/2013 9:41:35 PM
bob15x posted...
assassin10133 posted...
Umm, impossible to know right now seeing as XB1 isn't even out yet. And in regards to PS4, you'll have to wait a while to find out how many units are actually having problems and if it's one consistent thing or isolated incidents. Last I heard the failure rate on PS4 was only 0.4%, which is miniscule.


That percentage is be it should never be used, they said that was the percentage based on shipped units and was not even releasednyet so almost all of those units were still in warehouses


Ya I know but it's the last number we've got on it