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    Starting my PS3 liquid cooling project!

    Well, my old 60GB PS3 will die soon as it turned off 2 times by its self and red light was flashing. It has been 4 years since Sony fixed and now for sure the solder balls under the GPU and CPU are melting and not much left. By reducing the heat the PS3 will less longer. If anyone know the water blocks size for the PS3 60GB serial CECH that can fit? Let me know please. Here is a website that has the water block for PS3 but maybe there are better once to get.
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    I've NEVER heard of a console using a PC cooling kit. You'll probably never find one that fits the case/power requirements

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    Quote Originally Posted by itachi73378 View Post
    I've NEVER heard of a console using a PC cooling kit. You'll probably never find one that fits the case/power requirements
    Its so easy. I have found everything and just want a better water blocks.


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    My advice is to take the PS3 to bits and measure the hole spacing, it will have to be done eventually.

    Judging by the pics it looks like 60GB are not compatible but you would be best opening it up to make sure.

    wht type of case you using surely it wont all fit in PS3 case?
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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    My advice is to take the PS3 to bits and measure the hole spacing, it will have to be done eventually.

    Judging by the pics it looks like 60GB are not compatible but you would be best opening it up to make sure.

    wht type of case you using surely it wont all fit in PS3 case?
    I bought a dead 60GB PS3 and will open it today. Also I will take with me the PS3 motherboard to try different water blocks that will fit as well as finding the right screws. Nothing big will be in side the PS3 only the water block and the 2 tubes will be going out.
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    That sounds pretty crazy. Good luck with that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TDbank24 View Post
    That sounds pretty crazy. Good luck with that.
    There is no choice brother as I have lots of PS1 and PS2 games. With the PS4 not being able to play PS1 or PS2 games. My old Phat PS3 60GB model will be used for very long time and I don't need every 3 or 4 years to have the same problem. I will use the liquid cooling system and the PS3 will less for very long and etc.


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    PS3 emulates all PS1 games so not all are compatible. I had a couple that just wouldn't work properly but worked fine in my PS1 which incidently is the only Sony console that still works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    PS3 emulates all PS1 games so not all are compatible. I had a couple that just wouldn't work properly but worked fine in my PS1 which incidently is the only Sony console that still works.
    Yeah, sorry you are right. All the PS3 models can play PS1 games but not PS2. For example, I can play PS1 games on my slim PS3 but not PS2 as they didn't work.


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