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#218616 - 08/21/08 01:13 PM Re: 160GB PS3 [Re: thefwam]
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Damn, that sucks. I've finally got the funds to purchase a ps3, mainly for blu-ray. I'm going to have to wait and see if I can find the older 80gb.
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#218628 - 08/21/08 02:02 PM Re: 160GB PS3 [Re: Ascension]
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I've found on eBay (for what that's worth) they tend to go for around $300 (I've been on the hunt for one as well), and on craigslist you can do a little better sometimes.
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#218776 - 08/22/08 06:14 PM Re: 160GB PS3 [Re: SlamKeys]
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 Originally Posted By: SlamKeys
So I can take out my 40GB original drive and simply put a bigger one in? Where is this documented?


Do a search on YouTube, there are several videos that show you how.

Also, the original is a 5400 RPM drive. I've read that's better for heat & noise.

Having said all of that. I have two external drives (750 GB and 320GB) plugged into a powered 8 port USB hub which is plugged into the PS3. Music, pics and (still in process) my DVDs are right there. NOTE - Externals need to be formatted in FAT32 rather than NFTS.

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