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7 minutes ago, AnK said:

Please explain how is it dumb 

 

 

Having one appliance does not mean I have another appliance. 

 

People budget for appliances and electronics and buy things. There is no heirachy of products that one has to go through :doh:  

 

Even if i have an AC, maybe I don't want to keep it on during my gaming sessions. 

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2 minutes ago, kunjanp said:

So it's not the company's fault that their product is running hot. It's the consumer's fault for not running an AC. Right. Sane argument.

 

Now only if all the PC component manufacturers start thinking this way and start printing "AC" as a requirment on their boxes and asking for a proof of AC for warranty claim. 

That wasn’t my point 

 

it is bad!!! on the company’s part if true 

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Just now, CarbonCore said:

Put a high quality thickboy thermal pad that covers all chips properly and also touches the top plate. The ones in Pro are so hilariously bad that once you replace those with good ones the fan stops taking off on its own ( without even a repaste).

Is this after market soloution, easily doable? or I need to take it to service centre or local PS4 repair guy?

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1 minute ago, dylanjosh said:

 

Having one appliance does not mean I have another appliance. 

 

People budget for appliances and electronics and buy things. There is no heirachy of products that one has to go through :doh:  

 

Even if i have an AC, maybe I don't want to keep it on during my gaming sessions. 

You still haven’t answered me 

 

when was the last time you were sweating with a 40 degrees temperature,controller in hand gaming 

 

to call me dumb on that analogy :lol: 

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3 minutes ago, CarbonCore said:

Put a high quality thickboy thermal pad that covers all chips properly and also touches the top plate. The ones in Pro are so hilariously bad that once you replace those with good ones the fan stops taking off on its own ( without even a repaste).

 

Is there a video which shows how to do this? I will be opening my ps4 pro soon to might as well do this.

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3 minutes ago, AnK said:

You still haven’t answered me 

 

when was the last time you were sweating with a 40 degrees temperature,controller in hand gaming 

 

to call me dumb on that analogy :lol: 

 

What?? This was what you said:

 

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If you own a 50” 4k TV & a 50k console 

 

there is a good chance you also own an air conditioner 

which most likely will maintain temperature bellow 23 degrees in the room you are about to game 

 

Now I have to answer you on something else? Lol. Don't change the goal posts because you realised there's no way to defend it. 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, kunjanp said:

So it's not the company's fault that their product is running hot. It's the consumer's fault for not running an AC. Right. Sane argument.

 

Now only if all the PC component manufacturers start thinking this way and start printing "AC" as a requirment on their boxes and asking for a proof of AC for warranty claim. 

:rofl:

Ignore him he doesnt know what he is talking about more than half the time .

 

 

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5 minutes ago, AnK said:

You still haven’t answered me 

 

when was the last time you were sweating with a 40 degrees temperature,controller in hand gaming 

 

to call me dumb on that analogy :lol: 

I rarely turn on the AC, generally only for an hour or so while sleeping. And I stay in Mumbai so there you have it. 

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This is true, i also normally dont turn on the Ac while gaming. Usually fan is enough for me and I live in Delhi.

If I have to turn it on to save the console, then of course I'll do it but this kinda is the company's fault for not designing a better cooling solution.

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8 minutes ago, Animus said:

Is this after market soloution, easily doable? or I need to take it to service centre or local PS4 repair guy?

 

6 minutes ago, KrIzAliD said:

 

Is there a video which shows how to do this? I will be opening my ps4 pro soon to might as well do this.

 

Pretty easy, you can do it yourself.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, dylanjosh said:

Now I have to answer you on something else? Lol. Don't change the goal posts because you realised there's no way to defend it. 

 

 


Exactly the kind of response I was expecting 

 

do you even know what sitting in 40 degree Celsius room feels like?!?

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5 minutes ago, AnK said:


Exactly the kind of response I was expecting 

 

do you even know what sitting in 40 degree Celsius room feels like?!?

It depends on your tolerance. I have stood in peak summer at construction sites for several hours without a fan and proper shade available. My tolerance for heat is fairly high. In peak summers I just use the AC at 24 for 3 hours at night, by the timer. Remaining time fan at full speed is sufficient for me.

 

Having said all this, I do understand companies design consoles keeping in mind temps of their major markets. India sadly isnt one.

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