You’re killing your PS5 by using it vertically, due to a design flaw by Sony, according to hardware experts

134 Responses

  1. Salvador says:

    So I is standing it up better or laying it down

  2. Malan says:

    Damage control ? Or how to get to original article?

    • wololo says:

      This is still the original article, we just added some comments and did a strike on the section that was incorrect. (But that section is still here so people can see where we messed up)

  3. Malan says:

    Ok,found it.

  4. fdgdf says:

    Keep it horizontal!

  5. nunya bidness says:

    what a garbage article by a garbage site. 1/10 will never visit again.

    • wololo says:

      Don’t let the door hit you on the way out!

    • IN3ViTABL3 says:

      Don’t let the PS5 hit you on the way out! lol I’m assuming another angry person without a PS5?

      At least they’ve admitted their mistake and corrected it, just a misunderstanding. This website can actually be a useful source for information or modding.

  6. Kyle says:

    Interesting, but my question is this:

    What is causing the leaking? Moving it around too much or what?

    • Will says:

      That’s what I’m saying!…. Solder has to be extremely hot in order to run like that way hotter than the ps5 can get .. It also says the vast majority of people using it vertically wont have the issue…I think there’s something else at play

  7. Chris says:

    How is this not an issue with desktop PCs they are configured similarly..

  8. Will says:

    That’s what I’m saying!…. Solder has to be extremely hot in order to run like that way hotter than the ps5 can get .. It also says the vast majority of people using it vertically wont have the issue…I think there’s something else at play

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