Is there a Desktop (including components) that is not made or assembled in China, Isreal, or India?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavourite answer
I'm not sure if I can think of a motherboard or graphics card that is not made in China or partly made in China. Some power supplies are also made in China.
Avoid Intel if you want to avoid Isreal
I don't know of any piece of hardware that's made in India.
Other foreign countries that have a hand in computer hardware production are South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, and others.
25% of Gigabyte's motherboards are made in Nanping China
- RichardLv 62 months ago
Yes, ones that you assemble yourself...
- champerLv 72 months ago
Many pc's are assembled in your own country, but the components often come from elsewhere, including China or Taiwan. They're made there because it's cheaper to do so. I remember when a typhoon or similar destroyed factories in Taiwan and no-one could get any RAM, I think it was, as it was all made there!
- Anonymous2 months ago
nope they are all made in China
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- Bill-MLv 72 months ago
Yes. You build one yourself. That way it is Assembled by you.
As for the Parts. Most are made in China, but you can get a Motherboard Made in Taiwan.
Gigabyte Mother Boards are made in Taiwan, not China
Intel Chips are for the most part made in the U.S.A.
- AdrianLv 72 months ago
No. Most components are made off shore, including other countries like Taiwan, Mexico and Thailand.
Parts are made there because it is cheaper to make them there. Assembly may take place in your home country in some cases, but almost all parts are made in other countries.
- GuberLv 52 months ago