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The secrets inside the Sony PS5 console: Liquid metal and a huge Heatsink

Sony recently shared the official PS5 teardown. This video is where they unwrapped the Sony PS5 console, allowing us to see exciting details such as the passive heatsink, the 120mm lover, and the liquid metal solution to cool the SoC.

It looks like we will see the interior of the PS5 earlier than the console interface itself. Only about one month and a half are left, some in Spain, for the PS5 to be officially launched, and, finally, Sony has made a traditional teardown.

With the latest consolation, the Japanese have introduced us to the process of eliminating the curious and complete teardown that allows us to see one of those responsible for opening the phone to show everything in this case.

Without wasting any time, we leave you with a video that Sony shared when he split the Sony PS5 console:


And if you don’t know Japanese, we go you a video of the PlayStation Spain channel with the following text:


These videos are always interesting for those who like to see the courage of devices. But also this allows us to know more details about the console. First, it looks like the PS5 cases will be easily removed, allowing for similar user modifications.

In addition, the fan is 120 mm wide and 4.5 cm wide. This thoroughly explains, in part, the size of the PS5. The active heatsink is also massive and will act like a vapor chamber, though not.
SoC, the Ryzen Zen 2 processor combo with RDNA 2 GPUs, does not have the usual hot attachment. But a metal solution that will see how it works, but that on laptops like the Asus Zephyrus Duo 15, left a good taste in our mouths.

We should have till November 19 for its launch and see if Sony is sharing the news with unfamiliar features of PS5 like the one described above.

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