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App for showing your PS2 Temperatures

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    Here is an ELF (app by krat0s) for showing your PS2 Temperatures.
    Works with SCPH-500XX and later models.

    Version by akuhak with endlessly updating temperature every 3 seconds,
    and also you can see your mechacon version on the screen:
    https://www.psx-place.com/threads/ps2temps.27864/#post-223848.
    Should also work with SCPH-500XX and later models.
     

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    I assume the temperature is being measured at the mechacon?
     
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    'Via', yes! ;)

    I hope he uploads his stuff on GitHub or so!
     
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    From what I remember some (later) PS2 models have a discrete temperature sensor, placed close to the EE on the PCB, and connected to the MeachCon via some serial interface (see SMs). I don't think the EE or IOP or GS have internal temperature sensors. The EE heats up the most (IOP has basically no direct cooling), and the GS, doesn't get too hot, so the EE is the one (even on later models - SCPH-50000 and later) that really can't be used without a heatsink.
    However I am not absolutely certain about the above.
     
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    not working for me i have ps2 model SCPH-300XX.
     
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    Yeah, it's not supposed to work on your model.
     
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    uyjulian whats the problem not working in other models. can you explain if its possible.
     
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    The sensors don't exist.
     
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    ok i understand now. thank you.
     
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    50°Cs, well who did know that the PlayStation2 was one toasty boy

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    I think it works with the Heatsink only for quite a while and AFAIR it had a "security shutdown" feature! ;)
     
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    For those who want to test I modified source code and recompiled app. Changes: now it will update endlessly temperature every 3 seconds, and also you can see your mechacon version on the screen. I plan to test it with my scph-50003 with dead fan control to see which value is the limit.
    Attached with source code.
     

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    Don't kill/roast your PS2!
     
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    I can't fix this unit, I tried many times. Fan not working whatever I do. I know that it has some temperature control cause it shutdowns after 20-30 minutes of work. Or 10-15 if I attach HDD adapter with HDD.
     
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    Thanks, I managed to "capture" after ~30 min playing DVD-movie:
    • SCPH-70004:
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    • SCPH-77004:
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