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    ECS Production Tour 2005: How to build a mainboard, ECS style

    The final production testing is done by skilled female technicians who have the ability to test two at a time, in tandem. They've got some test hardware that I'm jealous of (fast-removal memory modules, CPU heatsinks that don't need full attachment, PCI and PCI Express logic testers, etc.) and can have a mainboard fully functionally tested in a matter of minutes.

    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD0xMjg4

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    Interesting to see that the testing techie in the above photo isn't using an anti-static wrist band even though there's a "popper" connection on the left hand side of the desk.

    I never use one but would expect it would have been company policy.
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