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How Motherboards Are Made: A Gigabyte Factory Tour

yamawho

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As PCSTATS recent trip to Gigabyte's Nan-Ping factory in Taiwan showed us, there's a lot more to it. In fact, producing and testing a single motherboard involves a mind-boggling host of automated machines, people and processes; so we'd like to detail the whole assembly line we toured while covering Computex, to give you a feel for how things are really made.

How Motherboards Are Made: A Gigabyte Factory Tour - PCSTATS.com
 

Iamcanadian7

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lol, I got a laugh out of the Complain Less on that sign. If only we could apply that here to some people I know.

Very interesting though, so much tehcnology involved it's insane.
 

S_G

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Crazy. Imagine the mindnumbingness of that assembly line.

What I'm wondering is why they're calling this a "recent" trip, when the manufacturing process shows socket 478s and i865 chipsets!
 

Eldonko

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Awesome.

"Each system is run through several hundred loops of 3D Mark 2001 in 40C temperatures. This tests stability under the most grueling of conditions."

Lol they should hire me and I will show them what we really do to these boards..
 

ebdoradz

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Awesome.

"Each system is run through several hundred loops of 3D Mark 2001 in 40C temperatures. This tests stability under the most grueling of conditions."

Lol they should hire me and I will show them what we really do to these boards..

LOL

yeah they should .....

i haven't been up to date with those c2d build but i have play and OC alot of socket 939 system

might try to get back on track with those c2d rig :D
 

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