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    Does the ps3 fat blue ray drive fit in the ps3 slim?

    just want to know if the older ps3 blue ray drive could fit in the newer slim model

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    the disc drive is the same in both models
    what makes the slim smaller is the reduction of size in the processor.

    a more efficient procesor runs cooler, negating the need for a massive shell. sony also removed the larger power source in the fat models with one more akin to the old fat PS2.

    so smaller/ more efficient processor means smaller motherboard, less heat, and asmaller demand for energy. that is why the slim is smaller. not the size of the drive itself.

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    but can you swap them without problems?


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