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shikamaru317 said:
ClassicGamingWizzz said:

Youtube gaming never fails to impress, just the other day i found out crapgamer , the biggest xbox fanboy years ago , now is a plastation fanboy that shits on microsoft at ever opportunity.

Shit is wild 

Yeah, crapgamer switched teams and Xbox fans absolutely can't stand him now, most of his videos get swarmed with dislikes. 

Ever explained why he switched teams. If I could fathom returning to Sony, it certainly wouldn't seem likely especially now

shikamaru317 said:
SvennoJ said:
What are those low temperatures, my laptop gets 76c to the touch while playing FS 2020. The function keys hurt my fingers if I press them too long. My previous gaming laptop expelled air so hot it would burn my fingers if I held them in front of the vents. At least I never have to worry about my hands getting cold :) Same for my amp, if I turn my music up you can boil an egg on top of it. Why are consoles so sensitive to heat! Well not the ps4 pro, that gets nice and toasty, can keep my coffee warm sitting on top :)

That sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. Liquid and electronics just don't mix xD

ClassicGamingWizzz said:
SvennoJ said:

It's also not practical with the thing being at the other end of the room. Consoles should fare better with a coffee spill than a laptop. Happened twice, both times they never recovered. One kept randomly crashing, the other had sticky repeating keys. If you like the same letter a million times, I have a laptop for you :) I kept using it with an external keyboard until I got a new one.

My new laptop expels the air to the back, old one to the side where it kept my coffee warm (was too close obviously)

Ah... The time a glass of coca cola spilled all over my laptop . RIP

Dr Pepper over mine and still kicking. 

Blood_Tears said:
BlackBeauty said:
More people should be worried about PS5 heat and noise issues. Sony doesn’t have a great track record regarding those.

That was a solder issue, not a cooling one.