Inside GIGABYTE Melbourne - Spare Parts
- Spare Parts
We thought that we had a lot of spare parts lying around our labs, GIGABYTE put us to shame. Since GIGABYTE has machines here in Australia to remove and add new chips to motherboards and so on - they have thousands of spare chips on hand for when they are required.
Northbridge and Southbridge chipsets for motherboards must be stored in a controlled environment which you can see in the photos above. All the chipsets are stored in a container which was temperature controlled to 21c. Every chipset you could imagine was in stock at the time from every chipset maker.
GIGABYTE not only stock chipsets but just about any other component you could possibly think of which may need replacing. We didn't expect GIGABYTE to have so many spare parts here in Australia but it just goes to show how serious this company is about service in the land Down Under - its serious business and not just a 2-bit operation, we can say that for sure.
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- Inside GIGABYTE Melbourne - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Inside GIGABYTE Melbourne - Page 2 [Tech Support and Problem Diagnostic]
- Inside GIGABYTE Melbourne - Page 3 [Spare Parts]
- Inside GIGABYTE Melbourne - Page 4 [Replacing chipsets on motherboards]
- Inside GIGABYTE Melbourne - Page 5 [QA Testing and Final Thoughts]
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