areyareadyherewego wrote:Anthony817 wrote:I have it so long to act as both support and to better redirect the air. Less air leakage and it won't fall over.
I have to ask since your avatar is half life, is the DC version you're favorite or have you played the ps2 one?
was watching digital foundry comparisons and found it fascinating! with gdemu are load times tolerable?
Anthony817 wrote:areyareadyherewego wrote:have been to cheap to wanna spend $20-30 on a good gdemu tray right now when the GDEMU itself only cost just under $50 (on the way) but i see two styles on eBay: the one that dips down and has SD card holders, and the one that brings the SD card to the top surface and has a slot and reset button...
2) cant you do in game reset with a controller combo anyways?
Sorry to be the one to break the news to you, but you have been duped. That is not a reset button, that is a skip to next disc button.areyareadyherewego wrote:3) if i hold off on getting a tray, I can just add a wall of cardboard on the under part of the GDEMU to allow the PSU heat to dissipate across that lane next to the controller board and out of the case with the stock side fan?
Yes here is mine I took pictures of last year. I have since gotten a nice 128gb SD card. and painted the top part of the case black.areyareadyherewego wrote:4) if i do nothing, will I be ok? Or should I add that cardboard at minimum? It doesn’t pose any safety risks? I’m open to another material / easier solution to use in the interim, if i must do something with airflow
You should at the very least add the cardboard since removing the GDRom drive certainly changes airflow in the case. If you really want to cheap out and make it more air tight you can add some hot glue around the bottom of it, or go even cheaper and use tape.
That all being said, I don't think you have to worry about modding the PSU, adding a resistor or changing it out for a DreamPSU or anything like that. It does get hotter yes but honestly if you don't play it for 12 hours at a time every day it should be ok. I been using mine for a full year now this month, and smooth sailing for me.
Anthony817 wrote:Oh no hehe, it never gets hot enough to catch fire. It is from a McDonalds Happy Meal box hehe. I grabbed it from my nice when she was finished with her meal hehe. It was just thin enough that it was a nice fit. It also had a nice bend in it already so it wasn't difficult to trim it down to fit flush with the insides.
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