Gigabyte has reported its financial results for the first half of 2007, posting profits of $22.3 million—more than a 400% increase from the same period last year. Those profits came on close to $400 million in revenue, with over 10 million motherboards shipped. Expectations are high for the second half of the year, where sales are projected to rise by 15-20%.
With one of the most diverse motherboard and graphics card lineups in the business, Gigabyte has plenty of options for mainstream users and PC enthusiasts alike. In fact, the company's GA-P35-DQ6 earned a coveted Editor's Choice award in our recent P35 motherboard round-up.
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