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trevorhush
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manage the CPU and GPU temperature of your ps3

Post by trevorhush » Fri Jun 20, 2014 11:05 am

Hello, in this tutorial I propose a way that will let you easily manage and monitor the temperatures of the processor and the GPU with a window that will be visible at the top right of the screen when using your ps3.

You will need :
-A PS3 in CFW and connected to the LAN.
-A PC connected to the local network.
-The PKG and the following plugin : http://www.mediafire.com/download/lec46 ... ackage.rar
-The PC tool Temp Control 1.0 that you can find by following this link : http://www.mediafire.com/download/8hypj ... /TC101.zip
-NET Framework 4.5 installed on your PC (you can get it in the following link) : http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download ... x?id=30653

1)Unzip the package 'CcApi_2.00_package.rar' on your pc and copy the folder 'plugins' to the root of your external hard drive or USB flash drive.

2)Copy 'XX0001-ENSTONEXX_00-00000000000CCAPIv2.00.pkg' also to the root of your external hard drive or USB

3)Now go to the ps3, and install the pkg 'XX0001-ENSTONEXX_00-00000000000CCAPIv2.00.pkg', then reboot when it is demanded.

4)When your PS3 restarts, a popup will appear at the launch of the xmb telling you that the plugin has successfully been loaded.

5)Now go to the PC, unzip the package 'TC101.zip' and run 'Temp Control.exe'.

6)Enter the IP address of the PS3 in the red zone.

7)Then click 'connect' in Blue.

8)The temperatures will be displayed in green.

9)Check the box PS3 notifications and temperatures will consistently be displayed on the TV screen.

Using this will allow you to see the actual temperature of the ps3 and to be aware when the temperature goes very high so you turn it off and avoid a problem of your ps3 system.
I hope this will help you.
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Re: manage the CPU and GPU temperature of your ps3

Post by dmaskell92 » Sun Jul 06, 2014 12:52 pm

What would be considered "safe" operating temps? I am very cautious about my PS3 temps, this is why I change my thermal paste yearly, and clean the dust monthly.
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