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CarbonCore

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  1. I remember him buying it, which is the biggest accolade you can give to any game.
  2. Thick on bottom and thin on top, it was a very tight fit. Two thick was impossible and two thin was loose.
  3. Both are heat sinks, first one has shallow fins and is usually tight fit with 2 sided SDDs like SN850. Second one is more efficient. In PS5 the heat is only an issue when you transfer large amount of data, like 500GB+ between internal and SSD. For normal operations like playing games, downloading and installing games, copying from disk and HDD etc even naked SSD is fine. Even a cheapo heat sink like this will be enough.
  4. I used this one https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B09TH95Z86/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 But you can also get this Link Both work with PS5.
  5. You can buy the LHR version if doubtful about mining history of the card.
  6. f**k your culture and your natural order. I'd tell you where to shove it but you already know.
  7. Read only is read only, no posting of anything. It'll be archived for reference and linking, that's all.
  8. For PS5 its fine because it has a heat spreader plate on top, but you can get a heatsink just for peace of mind. Heat is only an issue in PS5 if you transfer like 10 games at a time.
  9. Don't engage, he'll drop more spoilers from the game while trying to argue.
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