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If you are sure the chips are not getting too hot, then the issue could be a bad thermal sensor.
Now if you are judging it’s “heat” from outside the unit, it may actually be having an issue. A lot of PS4’s have had fans that fail or improper thermal paste. The fan is, by far, the cheapest thing to replace. The thermal sensors are built into the motherboard.
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+About Booters: Booters find the WAN IP address of your network and flood it with garbage data. Essentially, it is a Denial of Service attack. This alone does not change anything inside your PS4, so the current issue is unrelated and the timing coincidental.
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+To protect your IP address, you could use a VPN service. Once they have your real-world IP, there is not much you can do to stop the DoS attack. If you have a dynamic IP address with your ISP, you could try leaving your modem offline for several hours to see if it gets a different IP address when powered back on. Also, you can ask your ISP to assign a new IP address, just explain what is happening.

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Aporte original por: Isaac ,

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If you are sure the chips are not getting too hot, then the issue could be a bad thermal sensor.

Now if you are judging it’s “heat” from outside the unit, it may actually be having an issue.  A lot of PS4’s have had fans that fail or improper thermal paste.  The fan is, by far, the cheapest thing to replace.  The thermal sensors are built into the motherboard.

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