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Thread: PS3 overheating

  1. #11
    Contributor DarkUSS's Avatar
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    The temperature is above 38 Celsius degrees in Greece these days. However, my PS3 still works like a charm even if it's turned on for 8+ hours straight. I have to admit that it gets really warm on the upper and rear sides but this doesn't seem to affect the functionality.

  2. #12
    Contributor ST0RM53's Avatar
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    The same here DarkUSS. I am from Cyprus! lol

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    Contributor Python's Avatar
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    I'm from Brasil and here the days are hot... I tested the ps3 in a closed space. Lots of noise and a moderated heat. But a lot less heat than the 360 on an open space

  4. #14
    360 is crap.. u have to buy one of those laptop coolers for it, but for the ps3 u dont.

  5. #15
    My wife asked me to view our digcam pictures, and i said.. "hey, why dont we try to use PS3.." and there was, i slotted in the MS card in, and keep PS3 closed inside the TV rack without any ventilation (only small holes for cables).

    Ran it for about an hour full of laughing, after finish, i tried to shut it down, and i realize how much heat it was inside the rack. It was like opening an oven.

    But the console still worked fine, and I continue playing game after that, with TV rack's door open.

  6. #16
    Keep a can of that compressed air around too, and blast the vents once in a while.

  7. #17
    I had the ps3 opened and running, and under the blu-ray drive the cpu hots the plate so much that you can't touch it! I believe the core temp must be about 200oC!!!

 
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