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it s not made to be beautifull seriously. Because ugly sells right? Tell that to Apple and everyone else. Aesthetics is very important. Maybe not for performance but people do care about looks (in the living room especially) lets face it)).
you have a huge flatscreen (no not everyone) next to it anyway so these space/size claims are just totaly bs |and if someone already had a VCR/DVD player and a PS4 and a WiiU?) , just like with people going mini itx and getting a prodigy ,......... it s just an excuse.
power supply inside only add heat inside the box (PS4 internal PSU is the last thing to get cooled from an exhausting blower so no internal dump|) , same thing again everyone has the space to fit this damn external transformer |again, not if they already have multiple devices hooked to the TV) , find some real arguments or stop trolling.

Edited by Namwons - 11/26/13 at 11:37am
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Originally Posted by Roaches View Post

Wider the blades, the better Static pressure it is. Its not all about airflow...

Its installed a pull configuration so the fan design is just about right. thumb.gif

I think of this like I do my video cards. I would rather have constant air flow with little breaks between fan blades than larger fan blades.

I love that the PS4 pushes air across everything vs the Xbox just cares about the CPU/APU chip. What is to stop the heat from being sucked back down and into the fan a second time?
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Originally Posted by Roaches View Post

Wider the blades, the better Static pressure it is. Its not all about airflow...

Its installed a pull configuration so the fan design is just about right. thumb.gif

I think of this like I do my video cards. I would rather have constant air flow with little breaks between fan blades than larger fan blades.

I love that the PS4 pushes air across everything vs the Xbox just cares about the CPU/APU chip. What is to stop the heat from being sucked back down and into the fan a second time?

The air is directed outside of the Xbox through the top and more air is taken in from the back and sides. Personally, I'm happy to see this cooling much more than some vacuum system like the original 360 had. My X1 is nearly silent when gaming, and can't hear it unless audio is muted.

The only complaint I have is that the PSU fan doesn't shut off with the system and I can hear it when I try to sleep (console is in my bedroom). I think this can be fixed in settings by disabling instant-on xbox, I will have to try it to confirm.
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I don't care how big it is, I'm just glad both companies went with a normal box shape this time.
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