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Old 08-17-2018, 02:10 AM   #1
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Default Anyone seen a teardown of the new revision PS4 PRO (CUH-71xx)?

Has anyone seen a Teardown of the Newer version of the PS4 PRO?
Or pics of that on his harddisk?


I've only yet seen the older PS4 Revision that I also own, the CUH-70xx Series, not the 71xx Series...

I'm especially interested in the Heatsink and Fan compared to the older one...


....and here seems something...
http://pocketnews.cocolog-nifty.com/...ocuh-7100.html

Sadly no pic of the fan...

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Default Re: Anyone seen a teardown of the new revision PS4 PRO (CUH-71xx)?

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Has anyone seen a Teardown of the Newer version of the PS4 PRO?
Or pics of that on his harddisk?


I've only yet seen the older PS4 Revision that I also own, the CUH-70xx Series, not the 71xx Series...

I'm especially interested in the Heatsink and Fan compared to the older one...


....and here seems something...
http://pocketnews.cocolog-nifty.com/...ocuh-7100.html

Sadly no pic of the fan...
Fan is entirely crosscompatible between CUH-70xx and CUH-71xx although model numbers can be very slightly different. Heatsink is very much the same from what I've seen, but the separate memory heatspreader in CUH-70xx has been dropped in CUH-71xx and thermal pads now connect directly with the upper frame, similar to the Slims. The rear bracket on the heatsink is 4-post in CUH-70xx but 2-post in CUH-71xx.
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Old 09-05-2018, 05:19 PM   #3
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Default Re: Anyone seen a teardown of the new revision PS4 PRO (CUH-71xx)?

If you do have happen to have both, could you check the power consumption??
God of war or Horizon Zero dawn. Standing around somewhere.

I'm asking because its said that the CUH-7116B is quieter...
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If you do have happen to have both, could you check the power consumption??
God of war or Horizon Zero dawn. Standing around somewhere.

I'm asking because its said that the CUH-7116B is quieter...
Unfortunately am unable to do that in my current job, but I can tell you that both variants use ADP-300 based PSUs and any power consumption difference is likely to be negligible.

Be wary of reviews that suggest the newer model is quieter - these almost always are comparing old CUH-7016B that have collected dust, thermal paste has dried etc with a brand new CUH-7116B, which isn't a fair test. The fans are cross-compatible between models, and I've noticed very little difference between the two models when the fan is running at full blast.

The Delta fans sound maybe a tad quieter to my ear than the Nidec fans, but some people say the opposite.
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