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If the thermal paste has come off between your CPU/GPU and heatsink, this will cause a problem. Also, if your fan is too dusty and can't spin, this could cause that problem. These are the first two things I would check. Note that I am currently in the process of making a full set of repair[https://www.ifixit.com/Device/PlayStation_3|repair guides for the PS3PS3|new_window=true].
If the thermal paste has come off between your CPU/GPU and heatsink, this will cause a problem. Also, if your fan is too dusty and can't spin, this could cause that problem. These are the first two things I would check. Note that I am currently in the process of making a full set of repair[https://www.ifixit.com/Device/PlayStation_3|repair guides for the PS3PS3|new_window=true].

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If the thermal paste has come off between your cpu/gpuCPU/GPU and heatsink, this will cause a problem. Also, if your fan is too dusty and can't spin, this could cause that problem. These are the first two things I would check. Note that I am currently in the process of making a full set of repair guides for the PS3.
If the thermal paste has come off between your cpu/gpuCPU/GPU and heatsink, this will cause a problem. Also, if your fan is too dusty and can't spin, this could cause that problem. These are the first two things I would check. Note that I am currently in the process of making a full set of repair guides for the PS3.

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Post originale di: Sterling Hirsh ,

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If the thermal paste has come off between your cpu/gpu and heatsink, this will cause a problem. Also, if your fan is too dusty and can't spin, this could cause that problem. These are the first two things I would check. Note that I am currently in the process of making a full set of repair guides for the PS3.

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