The launch of Intel's new Skylake architecture has possibly played a hand in GIGABYTE's increased revenue lately, but the numbers are still not as strong as they were last year.
GIGABYTE has reported $139 million in consolidated revenues in August, a 1.62% increase over July, and a 22.97% increase on yearly average. But if we look at the numbers from 2014, GIGABYTE are down 7.62%. The company has been releasing a full top to bottom product stack with the new Skylake-compatible motherboards, with the new 100 series boasting some serious specs.
We saw GIGABYTE being the first company with a Z170-powered motherboard that packed Intel's insanely-fast Thunderbolt 3 connectivity which is capable of a huge 20Gbps.