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EVGA Taiwan Office VisitAuthor: Dennis Garcia
Published: Thursday, June 17, 2010
The VGA room is what you would expect, there are several stations dedicated to compatibility testing, performance tuning, and general PCB QA.
Above many of the stations you will find endless rows of video cards with little paper tags. This inventory reflects the entire production history of EVGA video cards and is available for testing or comparison at any time.
If you look carefully at the testing boards you will notice a small riser in the primary PCIE slot. This is to protect the motherboard from the everyday wear and tear related to removal and insertion of video cards. Considering that each test station is tuned a certain way it is important to make sure it lasts.