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  1. #11
    moja Guest
    Kudos for learning this way, but I would've put some space between the hot power supply and the case, or built an external enclosure. Personally, I just replaced the garbage thermal paste with AS5 and the power supply with a much cooler APS-231, and it's been a wondrous difference.

    What power supply do you have, the Z-model?

  2. #12
    jamesnesc709 Guest
    i really like the mod.

  3. #13
    HeyManHRU Guest
    You should do this after you fix your PS3 which has the YLOD.

  4. #14
    wizR1one Guest
    That's hot

  5. #15
    moja Guest
    .. not anymore.

  6. #16
    jamesnesc709 Guest
    that a nice mod.

  7. #17
    HeyManHRU Guest
    For sure, I've done this with my Fat PS3 (May it Rest in peace ), it lasted much longer than it would have probably have lasted.

  8. #18
    jamesnesc709 Guest
    what model is it ? what the problem is it ?

  9. #19
    HeyManHRU Guest
    Same model as this one, YLOD, and a broken Blu Ray drive plus It's on like 3.56 firmware so I can't use any FW that disables it checking the Blu Ray drive. (I already had one PS3 in an update loop)

    Every Fat PS3 I had, had a problem with the blu ray drive.

  10. #20
    jamesnesc709 Guest
    now the blu ray drive can't work at all from the update or another reason ? plus i am make a guide of mine own like a couple of them

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