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PlayStation 3 Disassembly (Original 60 GB PS3)

This is a tear-down of the original 60 GB PS3. It was manufactured in January 2007. This is the US (NTSC) version.Information Points: Intro. — 0:00 Tools Needed – 0:39 Tamper-proof Torx Head #10 – 1:50 Tamper-proof Torx Screw #10 – 4:44 Smaller Screw – 7:56 Electrical Hazard – 15:40 Blu-ray Disc Drive Tear-down Points – 16:30 Phillips #0 Screwdriver Needed – 24:18 Small Screw – 24:55 same as – 7:56 Heatsink Design Explanation – 27:31 Backup Battery Design – 29:59 Fan Power Cable Connection – 31:47 Bottom left corner, Hard drive cage, 2 screws go here at – 32:12 – From these 3 screws at – 1:37 Heatsink Design Explanation – 37:22 Motherboard Thermal pad Explanation – 40:47 Reassembly @ 5x – 43:53 Reassembly @ 5x End – 58:17Removal of (-0:02): Warranty VOID Sticker – 1:07 Rubber Foot – 2:26 Tamper-proof Torx Screw #10 – 3:09 HDD Cosmetic Faceplate – 5:33 HDD Cage – 5:53 PlayStation 3 Cosmetic Faceplate – 7:08 Plastic Protective Cover Screws – 7:35 Plastic Protective Cover – 15:07 Card Reader Ribbon Cable – 15:23 Blu-ray Disc Drive – 15:52 Blu-ray Disc Drive Power Cable – 16:01 Blu-ray Disc Drive Data Cable – 16:10 Power Supply Screws – 17:00 Power Supply Input Power Cable – 18:15 Power Supply – 18:35 Power Supply Output Power Cable – 18:42 Bluetooth Receiver – 18:57 Wi-Fi PCB – 19:25 u.fl Connector — 19:33 Wi-Fi Power/Data Cable – 21:08 Card Reader Power/Data Cable – 21:15 Blu-ray Disc Drive Data Cable – 21:23 Power Input – 22:25 Touch Sensitive PCB – 22:50 Touch Sensitive PCB Power/Data Cable – 23:20 Touch Sensitive PCB Support – 23:30 (This is where one of the extra screws from – 1:37 goes.) Removal of Motherboard Shield Screws – 23:41 Removal of PS3 Motherboard + Shield + Rear I/O Shield – 25:51 Base Cover/Shell – 26:20 GPU Pressure Plate – 26:45 CPU Pressure Plate — 27:02 Rear I/O Shield – 28:03 Power Input – 28:16 Motherboard Shield – 29:07 Fan Screws – 31:12 Fan Power Cable – 31:43 CPU/GPU Heatsink – 32:35 CPU/GPU Heatsink Success – 36:50 Backup Battery Cage- 38:05 Backup Battery Cage Success – 39:56 Motherboard Support Shield – 40:14All the videos and photos in its original state would of been 7.34 GB and 1 Hour and 56 Minutes long. The first time I took this PS3 apart and put it back together, it took me all day, and I forgot to put in 3 screws. The second time I took it apart and put it back together (This Video), it took me 2 hours. The third time, I took it apart, put thermal grease in, and put it back together, it took me under an hour, but the card reader door was interfering with the Blu-ray drive power cable, so I had to take it apart again, adding 20 minutes.Video Information This video has been compressed to 5.83 GB 1280×720 13.5 MB/s data rate video (13500 kbps) 320 kbps stereo audio 44 kHz audio refresh rate 60 frames/second WMV File FormatMade with Windows Live Movie Maker (Windows 7) on Dell Inspiron 1545 2.2 GHz x2 cores – Intel Pentium T4400 4 GB RAM Intel GM45 Chipset Took 4 Hours and 40 Minutes to process this video. I wonder how long it would have taken to process this video on my Toshiba Satellite M35X-S114 at 1.3 GHz with an Intel Celeron with 256 MB of RAM. This video took me just over 7 hours to upload with 3 Mbps upload speed (0.37MB/s).

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