May shipments of motherboards from ASUS, ECS, Gigabyte and MSI are likely to drop 10-15% from April. The four makers collectively shipped 6.56 million motherboards in April, down 14.4% from March. With system integrators and OEM clients becoming more optimistic, motherboard shipments from the top four makers are expected to improve in Junes. Asustek’s shipments are expected to fall to 2.7-2.8 million units in May from three million units in April. Gigabyte’s shipments of motherboards may drop to below one million units in May, down from 1.22 million it shipped in the previous month. May shipments from ECS and MSI may decline about 10% on month each to 900,000 and 1.2 million units, respectively.

May shipments of motherboards from ASUS, ECS, Gigabyte and MSI are likely to drop 10-15% from April. The four makers collectively shipped 6.56 million motherboards in April, down 14.4% from March. With system integrators and OEM clients becoming more optimistic, motherboard shipments from the top four makers are expected to improve in Junes. Asustek’s shipments are expected to fall to 2.7-2.8 million units in May from three million units in April. Gigabyte’s shipments of motherboards may drop to below one million units in May, down from 1.22 million it shipped in the previous month. May shipments from ECS and MSI may decline about 10% on month each to 900,000 and 1.2 million units, respectively.