Scott over at Club Overclocker went and checked out what happens within the Crucial barracks in Idaho, for an exclusive media tour, earlier this year. Having been on several factory tours in the past, I know how much great fun they are and equally as good to write about to give you guys an idea of what goes on within computer companies today. This is defiantly an article you should take a look at.
Earlier this year, I took a tour of the Micron plant just outside of Boise Idaho. The tour was awesome and I learned a lot about what goes on there. The only problem was I wasn't allowed to take my camera in or report on what I saw. It was a great tour, but not what I had in mind as it didn't benefit the site or our readers in any way. When I returned from my vacation this summer, the first thing I did was set up a tour with Crucial Technology, a division of Micron. Crucial handles all the memory sales to the general public so I thought it would be kinda cool to see what they do. This time I have a camera pass! For the first time, Crucial Technology opens their doors to us overclockers so we can see what goes on behind the scenes!More information at Club Overclocker