So I took my PS4 pro apart today cause it was getting really loud and hot recently. Not that it was quite to begin with since I got it. When I took the heat sink off there was barely any thermal paste on the die. All the past was splatter around the socket instead. I cleaned it up and applied some thermal grizzly kryonaut and holy shit the difference it mad. It runs whisper quit now. So why is it so common that companies not just Sony still seems to have a issue apply thermal compound? Shouldn't it be perfectly done everytime since it is done by a machine typically. So many problems would be solved by just applying paste properly? Just so annoying companies think it is ok for a customer to suffer a jet engine coming out of their entertainment centers. I shouldn't have to spend a hour risking breaking my PS4 to fix their shitty paste job.