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    Cool The production of a GIGABYTE motherboard (LARGE IMAGES INSIDE)

    We visited the Gigabyte factory earlier on and learnt how a motherboard is made in person. Here are some photos of the Gigabyte factory in Taiwan just outside of Taipei an hour or so on bus.

    This is a pictorial - the photos can do the talking quite well click on each photo for a larger version!































    Feel free to comment about the tour of the Gigabyte factory, and if you have any questions about the production process, Ill be happy to answer to the best of my ability.


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    Hey Mr. Tweak

    I am very unaccustomed to the process of the mobo industry, let alone the mobo production cycle.

    Walk me through.

    Though, this may be answered. What is the manual hand work done by the people, can't this be done by machines too! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by m-kong
    Hey Mr. Tweak

    I am very unaccustomed to the process of the mobo industry, let alone the mobo production cycle.

    Walk me through.

    Though, this may be answered. What is the manual hand work done by the people, can't this be done by machines too! :P
    For a bit more of an in-depth run down, check out the ABIT tour we did last month while I was in China:

    http://www.tweaktown.com/document.ph...rticle&dId=658

    The parts that are placed on the motherboards by hand are just too complicated to be done by machines at this stage.
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Default Re: The production of a GIGABYTE motherboard (LARGE IMAGES INSIDE)

    j/w why does the date on ur camera jump from 4.20.2004 to 5.12.2004?

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    Default Re: The production of a GIGABYTE motherboard (LARGE IMAGES INSIDE)

    Wow, they really do have little taiwanese kids making those motherboards :P

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    Default Re: The production of a GIGABYTE motherboard (LARGE IMAGES INSIDE)

    Quote Originally Posted by Juggalo_Dan
    Wow, they really do have little taiwanese kids making those motherboards :P
    Some are probably 15 years old, yes
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Default Re: The production of a GIGABYTE motherboard (LARGE IMAGES INSIDE)

    On that one line I noticed it was all girls

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    Default Re: The production of a GIGABYTE motherboard (LARGE IMAGES INSIDE)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tweak
    Some are probably 15 years old, yes
    We're basically endorsing child labor when we buy this stuff???

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    Quote Originally Posted by raveolution
    We're basically endorsing child labor when we buy this stuff???
    You're not serious right? I know when I was 15 I could have gotten a job as a busboy in a restaurant.

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    Default Re: The production of a GIGABYTE motherboard (LARGE IMAGES INSIDE)

    There are no children that work there. Maybe as a part time job or a summer job doing something easy.
    There are no child labor/sweat shops in Taiwan. Maybe in the underground world that the government doesn't know about. There's probably child labor/sweat shops here in the US also that the government doesn't know about.
    Last edited by Lolt345; 11-28-2005 at 04:55 PM.

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