SVALT performs testing under controlled conditions to explore and demonstrate peak performance capabilities for photo/video editing, modeling, gaming, data analysis and other high-demand applications. It is very important to understand that the laptop will only show performance improvements under throttling conditions, and that laptop temperature decrease when throttling, as that is the point of throttling, to prevent heat from damaging the processor. That means a laptop using a SVALT Cooling Dock under throttling conditions will not only have the potential for higher performance but also have the potential for higher temperatures. Less throttling means faster and hotter. So if throttling occurs, then temperatures are harder to test and compare. Conversely, if throttling is not occurring, then it is impossible to test or compare performance.
Performance results depend on a number of variables, such as the laptop’s built-in performance capability and cooling system capacity, along with the applied workload intensity, testing duration, and ambient temperature. In general, the more powerful the laptop’s built-in processor, the weaker the laptop’s built-in cooling system, the more demanding the applied application workload intensity, the longer the testing duration, and the higher the ambient temperature, then the greater the potential for throttling, and thus the greater the potential for the SVALT Cooling Dock to reduce throttling and improve performance. For instance, SVALT Cooling Dock tests conducted in 80 F ambient temperatures demonstrate even more significant improvements over the CONTROL.
Fore more details about the test process and methods used for testing, see Testing Guide