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    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives

    Following up on the previous PS4 modification, today Postfire and myself (proskopina) would like to share a Greek PS4 Cooling Fan Mod guide and LCD Display demo video below.

    To quote, roughly translated from our Greek guide (via http://www.mod-scene.gr/forum/guides...-fan-mod#13220): Soon we will go up and the driver.

    Guide:

    Before you start to say that this guide is for you to manually adjust the fan speed to PS4 and know what the temperatures have our consoles.

    Note:

    We will not have anymore to automatic ventilators ie the console will no longer control run their fans.

    The materials you will need are:
    • 1. THERMOMETER (See HERE)
    • 2. Potentiometer 220kohm
    • 3. Soldering 15-20w
    • 4. Cables
    • 5. Stuck-versed + flux

    Starting should open the console us (PS4)

    Note:

    To say that this guide LOST the guarantee of our consoles. On YouTube there are many videos on how open the PS4:




    Anoigontas the PS4 we're going to point you see in the photo (on the underside of the parent) to glue the two cables.

    These two cables 5volt and ground (earth) is to give current in our digital thermometer.

    And see the point to be soldered:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-rlyxz8a-jpg


    Here they have already been tagged. Then brings the two cables to the front of our discs in top side of the parent:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-30c8u8jb-jpg

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-r7k713c-jpg


    Then you're going to find the plug of the fan. Seeing the photo you will find the plug and the fan has 3 wires brown, black and gray. We will cut the gray wire (is for the fan speed) in point showing:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-xfe1xld-jpg


    Now I got stuck with our cable (orange cable) over the cut cable (gray) on hand that comes from the fan NOT BY THE SIDE OF VISMATOS WHO ENTERS THE PARENT.

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-50mgrce-jpg


    Then you should go to plug the power supply and take and electricity. As you see in the photo to plug SUPPLY cut the cord showing:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-1zyyn7nf-jpg


    And then ennonoume the yellow wire (ie black ennonoume back together with yellow):

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-w7mmhfg-jpg


    Now we should put behind us and the mother to place the metal frame / lid. As you see the red circles are the cables that were made by our associations:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-qywm8jh-jpg


    Once we are ready from the cable should be positioning our sensors below the medals gpu in order to pass the temperature. Unscrew the two screws and place the metal sensor in the center and retighten the two screws tightly goal:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-11lh3czi-jpg


    Now we should make the associations in our thermometer and potentiometer us. Starting Collie 2 our cables (red + black) in our thermometer:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-15ejo93j-jpg


    Then it stuck me 2 cables in our potentiometer. Bonds potrokali cable (speed sensors) and the yellow power cord over the potentiometer as shown in the photo:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-k0subdk-jpg


    That's it! We are now ready! Now that's left is where we like to place the thermometer and our potentiometer in order to suit us. In this particular MOD placed in front:

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives-f3w279l-jpg


    Still not sure the Mod is not finished. In the coming days will add and then to guide how you can make the plastic lid (DISC) with silica material, carbon vinyl etc to position the thermometer and the potentiometer.

    Note: Of course which makes everything of the MOD your own responsibility!




    The final finish will be with carbon vinyl, soon will be in English too... Greeks wish you the best!

    Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives

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    Thumbs Up

    I have mainpaged it now, +Rep proskopina and below are a few more pics for the first post as well.

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    Excellent and helpful mod, very detailed! PS3news you can see that Greek people take over control their consoles.

    These mods telling us when the system is overheated and when they want to relax. These guys have followed exactly my idea and they have this excellent results, Μπράβο Αλάνια

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    I also want to thanks my greek friend FRAGO for his great idea and work.
    and my greek friend postfire for the guide and the work he made on my ps4.

    and last i want to thanks ps3news with mainpaged the guide.

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    proskopina... THANK YOU , THIS HELP ME COOL MY PS4 & RUN A LOT BETTER

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    Really cool. Just wondering though if that placing the temp sensor in that area will in any way cause hotspots on the cpu?

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    great work

    great work, tried it !

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    What is a good temperature, 100F?

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    Thank you very much for the article. The very same thing going to do with PS4

    The problem is I can not see a photo of your work

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    I can see this mod and I'm convulsing , don't get me wrong but I have not seem more amateur work in looong time , Was it so hard to install smaller display and embedded it to cover further more fit automatic temperature adjustment ? this potentiometer looks awful sticking in front of console , this could be resolved in much nicer way !

 
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