Corsair Californian HQ Tour

AIO cooler testing - Thermal loads that are more accurate than any PC

OC3D Tours - Inside Corsair

AIO cooler testing 

While most AIO liquid coolers are built by OEMs like Asetek and Coolit, it is wrong to assume that brands like Corsair merely purchases units without conducting independent testing and unique specifications.

To test their AIOs, Corsair uses a similar temperature controlled oven to ensure that their AIO designs are capable of handling the harshest loads that users can throw at them. Here at Corsair's AIO test lab, they use a dummy CPU mount to deliver precise thermal loads to their AIOs, allowing them to define exactly how many watts of power/heat their units can handle at extreme ambient temperatures. 

If you have ever looked at the specifications of an AIO liquid cooler, you will likely see a defined wattage that the unit will be able to cool adequately. This is the test that allows these numbers to be accurately calculated. 

The other major perk of this unit is the ability to define a constant load, which is something that is difficult when using a CPU due to potential throttling, low power states and the variability to benchmarks and stress tests. This equipment can provide levels of accuracy and consistency that are impossible using real computer hardware. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

19-01-2018, 13:38:00

Eddie long
Did you feel like a kid in a candy store
Nice to have a quick look round Corsair HQ , and pascal did well having to chase you around.Quote

19-01-2018, 16:44:19

FTLN
Wow, Top Vid TTL ! ! Hope you enjoyed yourself Quote

19-01-2018, 18:02:36

Dicehunter
To say I'm jealous would be an understatement

Glad you enjoyed yourself guv Quote

19-01-2018, 18:33:13

Excalabur50
Was a nice little peek into Corsair HQ and well done Pascal on keeping up with TomQuote

19-01-2018, 20:36:58

SOCOM_HERO
That was the fastest 20 minute video I think I have ever seen. Amazing tour, never knew they had offices that included so many things in one place. Very cool. Amazing gaming room with some incredible modded rigs!Quote
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