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*[[Network Testing]] - Testing network switches, hubs, routers, etc.
 
*[[Network Testing]] - Testing network switches, hubs, routers, etc.
 
*[[Wireless Router Testing]] - Testing '''Wireless''' routers.
 
*[[Wireless Router Testing]] - Testing '''Wireless''' routers.
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*[[USB Wireless Adapter Testing]]
 
*[[Advanced Network Testing]] - Testing rack mount switches, Odd devices, Ect.
 
*[[Advanced Network Testing]] - Testing rack mount switches, Odd devices, Ect.
 
*[[KVM Testing]] - Testing KVM switches
 
*[[KVM Testing]] - Testing KVM switches

Revision as of 14:45, 19 November 2013

Hardware Testing is where we... wait for it... test hardware! Most of the bits that get yanked out of the computers in System Eval end up in Hardware Testing where we make sure they're fit to be reused. Below is a listing of the tasks that we perform in HT and links to the how-to pages for those tasks.

Core Components

  • CPU Testing - Verifying the processor is within our specifications and making sure it works.
  • MotherBoard Testing - Building a basic system around a motherboard and testing for full functionality.
  • RAM Testing - Stressing RAM and ensuring it retains data correctly.

Add-ins and Peripherals

Network Devices

Others

Staff Tasks