We already know how the Xbox Series X cooling works thanks to the photos published by Microsoft, but, How is the cooling of PlayStation 5? Since Sony have already ensured that they use smart solutions to control the temperature of the console, but since its design has not yet been revealed, there is not the slightest clue how it will avoid high temperatures when working, or is it? The company has registered a very interesting patent, that even talks about steam chambers.
As they collect in TweakTown, this could be one of the thermal solutions for PS5. The company shows the design of a heat sink that has internal ducts to carry heat directly from the chip to the heat sink system. A most traditional and habitual formula, but it does have a little extra nut twist.
The conduits that go from the chip to the heatsink will allow the generation of steam chambers that would dilute the transmitted temperature much more. In this way, once it reaches the heatsink, the load to which it would be subjected would be much less, thus avoiding an overexertion of the fan to finish ending the heat
Mark Cerny already advanced, when he talked about the architecture of PS5, that the cooling solution would like users a lot. Although it is early to anticipate details, it is expected that the firm does a total breakdown of the PlayStation 5 console once it shows its design