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On top of the world - GIGABYTE's big bang

GIGABYTE hosts its formal dinner party

| Posted: Jun 4, 2009 5:42 am

Computex Taipei 2009: Wednesday, the 2nd official day of Computex, GIGABYTE hosted its 2nd party for the show. Our first was the tavern reunion on the Monday, the day before Computex, which I must admit was a real success and always seems to be as per previous years.

 

On top of the world - GIGABYTE's big bang

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This was a more informal gathering of webmasters, media and partners who just like to let their hair down and get into a few cold ales.

 

This party was a traditional Chinese dinner with 7 main courses. Talk about a lot of food, not a very easy task, trust me, but the food was brilliant.

 

On top of the world - GIGABYTE's big bang

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At the start we had a big speech about the Smart 6 technology and DES2 which we already covered from our meeting with GIGABYTE yesterday, but for those who hadn't been in to get the info, it was a good run down.

 

On top of the world - GIGABYTE's big bang

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Tim Handley went around the room with a microphone for some Q&A and then it was onto some trivia and lucky door prizes.

 

On top of the world - GIGABYTE's big bang

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The last big thing on the List was an award ceremony. GIGABYTE's representative handed over to Mr Crooke a Best Partner award for all his help with Supporting GIGAYBTE through the last financial year.

 

On top of the world - GIGABYTE's big bang

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After the pary wound down at 9 everyone headed to a local club called Barcode to keep the buzz going. In all, a great night by GIGABYTE once again.

 

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