With a new power supply comes the tedious responsibility to ensure it’s up to the job. In this situation you could:
1. Undertake the boring, ordinary approach to load testing it…
or b) Ditch that and go straight to destructive testing.
Not to the PSU, but to anything else lying around.
The logic behind the latter option is simple. If the power supply survives where everything else is destroyed, it passes the test.
In other words, grab a bunch of components and stick them on the output.
(Be aware, some employers may not approve of this methodology.)
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