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-[* black] Open sesame!
+[* black] We lift the lid off of this curious console, secretly hoping that [https://youtu.be/xYus92wk_To|gems will come flying out for us to collect].
+ [* black] Unfortunately we are left empty-handed in the gems department, but there is some pretty cool stuff in here, we guess. No dragons, though.
[* black] First thing first, let's carefully dispose of this exposed power supply before we get zapped.
-[* black] The power supply is an absolute unit. A chonker. A truly thicc boi.
+[* icon_note] This internal power supply is an absolute unit, but despite the PlayStation's relatively small size (compared to modern consoles, at least), Sony was able to cram this thing in here seemingly without breaking a sweat.
+ [* black] Speaking of breaking a sweat—90's silicon didn't run as hot as today's does, but it's still impressive to see an internal power supply, a whole CD assembly, ''and'' everything on the main board (more on that later), all running in a fanless configuration.

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