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TweakTown's New PSU Testing Methodology Explained - The TweakTown PSU Testing Setup

With our new dedicated power supply reviewer David about to go into full swing, we first run over our PSU testing methods we plan to use hereon.

| Other PSUs in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Feb 14, 2009 5:00 am

The TweakTown PSU Testing Setup

 

Power supplies are actually very difficult to test properly. Using a single PC system offers some insight, but this limited approach can be very one dimensional and may not be relevant to your particular need.

 

To offer a more complete view, the proper method for testing a power supply is to employ specialized equipment designed for this unique demand. Active load testers allow multiple programmable loads at defined amperages to scale loads in a controlled, repeatable manner. TweakTown has recently invested this industry standard testing hardware to create a reliable, relevant test suite for all our power supply reviews.

 

TweakTown's New PSU Testing Methodology Explained

 

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