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[* black] Thwarted by a lack of screw heads on the PSU-side of the PS Pro, we flip it back over and flip our attention to the the motherboard.
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black] Skipping aheadahead, we burrow through a couple more layers and encounter this interesting plastic thermal pad bracketcover that is most likely the consumer electronics version of a pizza saver.
[* blackicon_note] It was held in place by a shield and a [guide|19718|springy X|stepid=55244|new_window=true].
[* black] Thwarted by a lack of screw heads on the PSU-side of the PS Pro, we flip it back over and flip our attention to the the motherboard.
[*
black] Skipping aheadahead, we burrow through a couple more layers and encounter this interesting plastic thermal pad bracketcover that is most likely the consumer electronics version of a pizza saver.
[* blackicon_note] It was held in place by a shield and a [guide|19718|springy X|stepid=55244|new_window=true].
[* black] Lifting the motherboard reveals a lot more thermal management, including a giant copper heat sink and dedicated pads for six chips on the motherboard.