I have often said that consoles would be better if they allowed us to swap parts. I know what you're thinking, if you could swap parts in a console, then it would be a computer. You're partially right, and to me that's what makes computers great, the option to replace and customize not only the looks but speed and power also. They could retain their OS and format but just let us upgrade its flaws or give it more power. And there is one console out on the market that is having some problems with the heat sink right now.
Now I'm not going to name this console but if you keep track of the game market on any level, you'll know what I am talking about. Now I have had this problem happen to me and was able to fix it with a little work but if you were able to prevent this by adding your own cooler to the system, it would save you this headache. And the reason I say this is because not all games are on PC and some just play better on a game pad, like Madden is not the best game to play on a keyboard and mouse for me. So since sometimes you are forced to go to a console to play certain games, you should have the option to be able to upgrade many of the working components in the system, without fear of voiding the warranty on an already poor design. But until that happens, we will just be restricted to using such components on computers.
The Thermaltake ISGC-200 CPU Cooler is designed to fit multiple sockets to meet your needs. The ISGC-200 by Thermaltake is made out of aluminum and copper to allow for maximum heat dispersal. The Thermaltake ISGC-200 is designed to be extremely quiet while running so that it adds no extra noise to the case. The ISGC-200 has the fan paled in the middle to allow for rapid removal of the heat from the fins. And the ISGC-200 has an effective six heat pipe design.