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How a Motherboard is Made - Futurelooks Visits the GIGABYTE Nan Ping Factory in Taiwan

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Published on Jun 22, 2010

https://www.futurelooks.com - During our trip to Taiwan for COMPUTEX 2010, we scheduled a few excursions that took us off the show floor. One of them was a visit to GIGABYTE's Nan Ping factory which is located in Taoyuan, Taiwan. We had a chance to see the whole process of building a motherboard from beginning to end. If you've never seen one made, you have to check this out. It's amazing how many people have touched, inspected, and packaged your board before it makes it to the store shelves. All of this is done in under 10 minutes!

For real-time pricing of retailers that stock GIGABYTE motherboards, check out the link below:

http://www.futurelooks.com/shopping/?...

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hbirchall
It took me 8 minutes to realize that I was listening to the same music the entire time
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Klaüs Smooth
They better be well payed....
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Ken Ken
dont know why but this video was kind of hypnotizing, i couldnt stop watching
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Footy Lover859
This is in taiwan, Taiwan is in Asia, Asia has 48 countries! 48 divided by 16 = 3! HALF LIFE 3 CONFIRMED!!!!!!!
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Hibiki Ryoga
Hmmm...... Now, Where is my girlfriend......? I think I just saw her.....
ZRaden
Looks like a sweat shop
LaGranse
I would go crazy working at the assembly line performing the same small task over and over for hours every workday.
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Tangobaldy
an awesome company but they make this video on a mobile phone Tangobaldy is shocked
KelvinW344
If the pick&place machine does most of the job, why do they still need people putting instruction booklets and folding boxes? Why isn't everything automated?
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LC’s Workshop
So THAT'S where my G31M-ES2L came from.... Interesting.
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