07-17-2012 08:59 PM
Bein poor i had to wait fr a while.. befr gettin a NEW PS3..
i dnt like USED things.. even though i could have traded my old PS3
fr a brand new one fr only 99 dollars(From Sony).. I didnt wanna lose my old console...
good deal bt i have useless sentimental value fr electronics..
While waitin to gt a new one... ive found some neat stuff about repairin
a broken PS3..
No affiliation with tht company / webdomain. Jst a video
I really enjoyed the video and made me think about buying a "reballing" kit...
for most new processors' use tht technology.... I persume back
around 2007ish once liquid coolded processors started emergin..
that new way to fasten a processor to board emerge.. IT IS NOT SODER..
it is a type of alloy though--that is replacing the old copper/brass pins tht use to
connect the processor to board..
You may think oh that technique of connectin a board to processor is non-reliable..
BUT they possibly get a faster response of voltage through the new way. THAT or copper
is really becoming scarce in Earth Resources.
Either way... Processor Re-balling is a really neat thing.. An i thought i'd show you all tht...
The individual in the video has special tools for repairing a PS3. THAT would be the CORRECT
way to repair a PS3. Puttin yr PS3 in a oven / using blow dryers / not repairing it properly.. CAN lead
to damaging the motherboard.. transponders and other components the mother board has on it..
You could also short circuit the processor if the `ghetto way of fixing it fails.
Nvr try to fix yr stuff unless u have the essential tools and know how.. or you will damage it beyond repair
bt anyhooo fr those who likes systems.. tht video is neat.. ALSO i AM back an if you've been reported
it was by me.. YAY have fun!
07-18-2012 12:07 PM - edited 07-18-2012 12:08 PM
people don't like to read long posts
people don't like to read posts from the illiterate.
You combined the two...
Basically creating an aura of "who gives a **bleep**"?
07-18-2012 05:32 PM