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Computex Day 5: The Makings of a Motherboard

Posted on Tuesday, June 20 2006 @ 02:40:32 CEST by


When you look into the quality control of the new boards, and just how much they go through, it's basically a complete turnaround from the ECS I once knew, aka the vender who ran with PC-Chips. The boards have gone from functional to fantastic, and it's because of practices such as the ones seen in the factories. Take a look at where the motherboards used in systems worldwide are actually made and assembled. I think you will find something of interest here so check out the whole story.

Read more over at Motherboards.org.



 



 

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