Nice to know the Xbox One runs far cooler than the PS4.

#11Xeeh_BitzPosted 11/24/2013 5:40:21 PM
"NOTE: Sorry, I should point out that the images in this post aren't direct "comparison" shots between the consoles. I simply picked the best images to highlight here, not ones directly comparing temperatures at certain run times."

but anyway, both systems run cool and the images you should be looking at should the ones where the SoC is located, not else where on the systems. The PCB can handle extreme temps to begin with so the other parts of the system doesn't really matter.

http://api.ning.com/files/w-k4IC*v9Qn7qA*9BN1fdKe0arHhlRP3F3tpdvf3TSpj5TFfkK94lxRU4aFa GPF4-yhPCoHFcmXqbZDNcg5qcDznkbwBm8jD/FLIR0229.jpg

An example, this is the hottest point of the PS4, but it's the vents, otherwords that is the amount of heat the PS4 is removing from the system which is remarkable because it keeps the SoC cooler than the Xbones.
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#12Phange 2Posted 11/24/2013 5:43:46 PM
Neither one runs particularly hot. In fact, I'm amazed PS4 isn't hotter than it is.
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#13prewittz77Posted 11/24/2013 5:53:52 PM
I had seen/read about the XBO running hot. I loaded up my fireplace the other night, and it climbed to probably 26-28 degrees in my living room (had to start opening windows), all the while my XBO was no hotter than my 360 ever was, even after playing it for 4 straight hours.
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#14vidalmorazaPosted 11/24/2013 6:32:55 PM
uptown710 posted...
khardbored posted...
Another wise design choice, keeping the PSU brick.

http://kotaku.com/what-the-ps4-and-xbox-one-look-like-to-the-predator-1470803239


Didn't DF say the one ran as high as 49 degrees?


That is the idle temp of my laptop
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#15AzaneAzerPosted 11/24/2013 6:36:51 PM
Both systems run cooler than even older systems run, I doubt that cooling will be a major issue this generation.