With all the praise we just lavished on Gigabyte, an obvious question is emerging. Back when the company was made, we were all operating on dial-up connections and sending little bytes of info. In those times, the gigabyte was seen as the end-all-be-all of data. These days, though, we have terabytes and exabytes, making gigabytes seem a little... slow.
Does that mean the company is due for a rebranding, or that their devices are falling behind? It sure doesn't. Despite the nostalgic company name, Gigabyte has stayed up to date and continues to dish out bleeding-edge devices that have everything the user could hope for. Except the user manual.
Believe it or not, we've actually bought Gigabyte device without an user manual attached to them. An atrocity. And even if it came with the frame, who the heck wants a paperback manual these days? Nobody. It's all about the PDF format. You know it, and we know it, which is why we've built an extensive section of Gigabyte PDF manuals that are available for download via a single click. No hassle on that part, although you'll probably need to do quite a bit of reading. These days, tech manufacturing mostly comes down to one-upping your competition by packing in as many features as possible in your devices, with usefulness taking a back seat.
As of now, the most popular free Gigabyte user manuals are the Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 Manual, followed by the Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H Manual and the Gigabyte GA-H81M-H Manual, with the Gigabyte GA-G31M-S2L Manual and Gigabyte GA-945GCM-S2L as the last one the list.