Gamers Nexus | How Power Supplies Are Made (2020) | PSU Factory Tour, ft. Cooler Master

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This video shows how a computer power supply is made from start-to-finish, including manufacturing and assembly, testing, and validation of thermals.
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In this factory tour, we’ll be walking through the manual assembly and validation process of power supplies in Tainan, Taiwan, at the southern tip of the island. Power supplies go through PCB manufacturing, SMT lines, automatic optical inspection, validation, assembly, and then through testing. 100% of all power supplies made in this factory are thermally burned-in and tested on Chroma machine power supply testers. We also cover some of the packing, warranty, and box building in this tour. We’ve made a separate video of this factory showing the R&D process, coming up in a future video. PSU manufacturing uses SMT lines, manual assembly lines, Chroma testers, burn-in testing, and more.

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Host, Reporting: Steve Burke
Editorial: Patrick Lathan
Video: Andrew Coleman, Keegan Gallick

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