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How to make a motherboard – A visit in a GIGABYTE Factory

Every year after the computex time you usually see a lot of content and sometimes factory tour, most of the time only pictures, and sometimes video… This year OverClocking-TV visited […]

Every year after the computex time you usually see a lot of content and sometimes factory tour, most of the time only pictures, and sometimes video…

This year OverClocking-TV visited the GIGABYTE Factory in Nan-Ping for the third time and we had a special access to shoot some very nice footage directly on the production line, at a time no other press were joining us. We had the factory totally for us and we managed to shoot a huge footage and in the end we have more than 3hours or raw videos.

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We selected the best parts and mixed everything in a great video with explanation and details you need to know when you make a motherboard.

You will know every details and step that are used to make a motherboards with the off voice from Trouffman (please forgive my French accent, I’m trying to change it ! ).

All the pictures from our trip are available below or on our Facebook Fan Page.

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We would like to thanks GIGABYTE for letting us shoot everything we wanted in the factory, as well as spending almost a day in the factory for the purpose of this video.

NB : For people that want to translate and make the off voice in their own language, it’s possible just let us know about it.

About Isaïe Trouffman Simonnet

Co-creator, President and Editor-In-chief for OverClocking-TV since 2008, Trouffman is mainly in charge of developing the general OCTV's activites by covering the IT shows like CES and Computex. He reported for OCTV on different live event such as GOOC and MOA being mainly in front of the camera entertaining the viewers. For contact, buzz ideas and other project related to reviews or websites he's the guy!

3 Comments

  1. Per

    I wish that I could understand a little bit of the language that the narrator speaks in this video.

    • A new english dub is in the pipes. Should be ready in about month or so :)