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-[* 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|new_window=true].
+[* black] We lift the lid off of this curious console, secretly hoping that [https://youtu.be/xYus92wk_To?t=23|gems will come flying out for us to collect|new_window=true].
[* black] Unfortunately we are left empty-handed in the gems department, but there is some pretty cool stuff in here. No dragons, though.
[* black] First thing's first, let's carefully dispose of this power supply before we get zapped.
[* icon_note] This internal power supply is an absolute unit, taking up [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/YCYIRV3UbGVPSAnw.full|roughly 25% of the console's footprint|new_window=true]. 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 hardware does, but it's still impressive to see an internal power supply, a whole optical drive assembly, ''and'' everything on the main board (more on that later), all running in a fanless configuration.