Just this weekend I built a new entertainment center; GF didn’t like the visual of devices + wires + books + etc, so bought one with two drawers + two doors (with interior shelving).
Previously PS4 was on the open space suspended in a wire rack, but today it is on one of the shelves of a door.
Ive never really paid attention to the actual temp of the system since it was in the open, but two games today and I found that some of the playback in two recent conquest games has intermittently been choppy.
Internet and everything unchanged, literally just housing location. Any consideration that the PS4 is really just getting hot and that’s impacting gameplay? Other than possibly elevating the system so it’s off the shelf, anything else I should consider?
If it matters, system is the only thing on that shelf, and space is 22” long x 8” tall x 17” deep.
Appreciate any feedback + experience.