Gigabyte, the well-known Taiwanese motherboard company, has recently updated one of its production lines over at Nan-Ping factory in Taiwan. Their new SMT machine now can fit 15 SMD components a second to a motherboard, up from 10 components per second when compared to the machines used in the other production lines. Gigabyte is also busy working on an automatic solution for adding capacitors to the motherboards. Click in to watch the manufacturing video, it’s really an advanced process which involves manpower and expensive machinery …
Gigabyte has been positioning its motherboards as top performers when it comes down to power utilization and heat efficiency. Now we properly know why Google used Gigabyte motherboard for their backend servers. It might be the efficiency and reliability.
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