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PS4 and Fan Mod temperatures experiment


Enthusiastic Member

hi members , yesterday i took some temperature readings of my PS4 CUH-120xx with a cooling mod i have done. I will leave some figures below for you , also i ran the game Tekken 7 in demo mode it plays a FMV and some in game fights then loops.

the fan i bought is a 80mm Noctua running at 2200rpm , the length of time for each test was 1 hour with a 2 hour break to let the console cool down and start the next test to get accurate readings. I used a IR Temperature Gun to get the temps from the back of the console and on top , i went along these areas and noted the highest temp.

no fan and no cut out hole

42.7c TOP
48.5c BACK

fan plus cut out hole

41.2c TOP
40.1c BACK



Enthusiastic Member

not at all it's in excellent condition (fan and other insides clean). I have been doing Fan Mods since PS3 and 360 , i'm trying to extend the life of my Consoles and avoid RROD etc.......


Enthusiastic Member

edit , 360 running Ketsui...........before and after temps

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My goodness, it's nipley out!

I hear ya, I remember doing fan mods back in the day on those fat PS3s using a potentiometer. Those systems were more prone to overheating though. The slim PS3s and the PS4s seem to be less prone to it.


Site Soldier

In my experience, I find later revisions to be better overall, but this is not always the case. I dont have any immediate numbers on hand but I can at least share what I dealt with

Bad temps, poor airflow (even if you crank speed up)
Basically all Fat PS3s (got my DECHA00A on 50% minimum. It's loud and just barely makes it)
Xenon/Zephyr/Falcon/Opus 360s (My Zephyr is on life support while 100% fan speed is going)
Slim PS4s (absolutely fucking awful holy shit, did they release a revised one yet?)

Okay temps, okay airflow (usually never an issue)
DECR1000A (different from normal systems, outlier)
Slim PS3s
Jasper 360s
Launch PS4s (depending on how much use they get and setup it could be a problem)
Pro PS4s (you NEED the stand for this if you want it vertical, otherwise you risk suffocating it)

Good temps, good airflow (you had to intentionally fuck this up)
Superslim PS3s
Slim 360s
Slim E 360
Revised Pro PS4s (has a different power connector too)
Base PS4 revisions (1200 range, 1100 is probably okay too?)