Inside GIGABYTE Melbourne - QA Testing and Final Thoughts
- Quality Assurance Testing
Once the motherboard has been fixed, quality assurance testing is then performed to ensure the motherboard (or any other product) is working as it should.
The photos below show this section of GIGABYTE's operation, which is pretty much the final step before it is packed and sent back to the distributor for the end-user, which is only a few days from receive to return.
Once the product is tested and performs like it should, it is scanned into their system and taken to the warehouse for shipping.
There you have it - that's what goes on inside GIGABYTE's service center here in Melbourne, Australia.
We were surprised to see just how complex an operation they have running but it's great to see this Taiwanese company is taking the Australian market seriously and looking after end-users in a big way. In Australia, most of GIGABYTE's products come with a full 3 years parts and labor warranty which is definitely a big bonus, especially considering you'll usually have your parts back within a week.
We'd like to send a special thanks to Mr. Alan Chen of GIGABYTE Technology Pty Ltd for letting us spend a couple hours in their service center and giving us his time to show us around the building.
We hope you enjoyed reading this service center tour article and if you're interested about reading more of this type of thing, do let us know and we'll endeavor to visit more companies and do more on this subject in the future.
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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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