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[* black] The opposite panel pops off after some prodigious prying, but as a bonus, won't void your warranty upon removal.removal!
[* black] The opposite panel pops off after some prodigious prying, but as a bonus, won't void your warranty upon removal.removal!
[* black] This panel gives us access to the power supply, but the fan is secured from the opposite side. Alas.
[* black] At least you can probably clean out a lot of dust out of it from this side!
[* black] Specs!icon_note] Unlike the 2013 model which topped out at 165 W, this PSU dishes out 289 W of power (1.5A @ 4.8V +23.5A @ 12V).
[* icon_reminder] According to the spec sheet, the PS4 Pro pulls 310 W of power total. The balance is probably spent in transforming power from AC to DC.
[* black] At least you can probably clean out a lot of dust out of it from this side!
[* black] Specs!icon_note] Unlike the 2013 model which topped out at 165 W, this PSU dishes out 289 W of power (1.5A @ 4.8V +23.5A @ 12V).
[* icon_reminder] According to the spec sheet, the PS4 Pro pulls 310 W of power total. The balance is probably spent in transforming power from AC to DC.