• PS3 Hacks, PS4 Hacks , 18.11.2013

    We all know that electronics get hot, the only way of telling how hot they really are is my measuring their temperature and one of these methods is by using a Thermal Camera and as these images show, the result is quite impressive:

    The first image shows the console in a vertical position, having and the firmware updated:

     photo Verticle1_zps6962d397.jpg

    The second image shows the PS4 in a vertical position, after being on for 30 minutes and playing Killzone:

     photo Verticle2_zpsffe1872b.jpg

    The third and fourth images, shows the PS4 in a horizontal position, with 20 minutes of Killzone gameplay between

     photo Horizontal1_zps997c3fea.jpg

     photo Horizontal2_zpse014c984.jpg

    Source/More Images

    Thanks Euss :)

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  • 10 Comments

    1. hellsing9
      11-18-2013
      12:52 PM
      1

      In the left corner is the temperature in Celsius, right?.

    2. euss
      11-18-2013
      01:21 PM
      2

      Fahrenheit,, hellsing9 xD

      Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter

      I would like to invite everyone to http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Main_Page to contribute, together, we can!

    3. hellsing9
      11-18-2013
      02:38 PM
      3

      Originally Posted by euss
      Fahrenheit,, hellsing9 xD

      Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter

      I would like to invite everyone to http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Main_Page to contribute, together, we can!
      I meant bottom right....but will not edit that part. xD.



      All i see in this pic is:

      Upper left = Temperature in Fahrenheit.
      Upper right = 94.4?...frames x second...clueless about this.
      Bottom right = Where i mistaken with Celsius, idk what's those represent.



      Thanks for the converter.

      http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Main_Page Time to add some info to the wiki. There's a talk page about Blue light of death?..

    4. euss
      11-18-2013
      03:25 PM
      4

      actually that is the range of temperature in the picture, the number on the left-top is where the crosshair is pointed on.

      http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Indicator_Lights
      http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Talk:Indicator_Lights
      http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Safe_Mode

    5. Halo_2
      11-18-2013
      11:18 PM
      5

      How hot did the ps3 slim get up to in comparison

    6. tommasi
      11-18-2013
      11:38 PM
      6

      65C is not for a first gen system. now compare that to xbox

    7. cory1492
      11-19-2013
      01:39 AM
      7

      Hrm... interesting data but fairly useless without an accurate read on the room's air temp too.

    8. noobzega
      11-19-2013
      02:44 AM
      8

      Well thise temperatures looks good couse PS4 run at silent fan mode, I bet if you can and you do 50% fan speed temp in gaming would be like 120F. Compare that to my slim idle 145F with new as5 under ihs and in gaming 165F with sony fan.

      But did they say that PS4 work temp will be 30c LoL and he only cold boot at 30 like my PS3 but later get hot.

    9. bobross
      11-19-2013
      12:34 PM
      9

      So should we keep our PS4 in horizontal mode just like the PS3?

    10. choujij
      11-20-2013
      01:29 AM
      10

      141 Fahrenheit is 60 degrees Celsius. 131 Fahrenheit is 50 degrees Celsius.

      So all things considered, it runs pretty cool and quiet. Mine is very quiet, but I also keep it horizontal. Putting your hand on top, it feels hotter to the touch than the 60GB PS3 or Xbox 360, but that's because of the design and thinness of the case. Overall very solid quality from Sony.

      Love that it's beeps sound exactly like the PS3. =D