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[* icon_reminder] Thwarted by athe lack of any more screw heads on the PSU-side of the PSPS4 Pro, we flip it ''back'' over and flip our attention to the the motherboard.
[* icon_reminder] Thwarted by athe lack of any more screw heads on the PSU-side of the PSPS4 Pro, we flip it ''back'' over and flip our attention to the the motherboard.
[* black] Burrowing through a layer of shielding behind the CPU reveals this cool X-shaped retaining bracket, similar to ones we found in [guide|19718|another console|stepid=55244|new_window=true].
[* black] And directly undereath itunderneath it, we dig up a plastic and metalplastic-and-metal cover that looks to be the consumer electronics version of a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pizza_saver|pizza saver|new_window=true], protecting the back of the board from the heat sink retaining bracket.
[* black] And directly undereath itunderneath it, we dig up a plastic and metalplastic-and-metal cover that looks to be the consumer electronics version of a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pizza_saver|pizza saver|new_window=true], protecting the back of the board from the heat sink retaining bracket.
[* black] Lifting the motherboard reveals a lot more thermal management. Highlights include a giant copper heat sink and dedicated pads for six chips on the motherboard.