Imagine you order a certain phone ‘X’ only to receive a similar looking ‘X+1’. First reaction would be that the revision must be improvised and feature better features to warrant a new version however, as Hardware.info found, the case is completely different in case of Gigabyte.
Gigabyte has been releasing new motherboard revisions that use the original product name and image but strip off some features.
The site even tested two revisions of the same product and found that the first revision was a better offering compared to a newer one. The site suspects the revisions are mainly due to cost and though Gigabyte can release as many product revisions as they like only if the company highlights it clearly on their website.
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