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Anatomy of the Playstation 3
Author: Gabriel Torres 108,643 views
Type: Articles Last Updated: October 9, 2008
Page: 9 of 9
Cooling System

The cooling system is located below the motherboard. It uses a radial fan and two passive aluminum heatsinks for the CPU and the GPU.

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Figure 28: Cooling system.

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Figure 29: Radial fan.

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Figure 30: Heatsinks.

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