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Blast from the Past: AMD powered missile hits Intel HQ in Baghdad

Has AMD fixed the Tomahawk timer chip yet?

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100 days ago When Gulf War II started, we posted a story AMD powered missile hits Intel HQ in Baghdad Now that the Tomahawks have started flying again, we sincerely hope that the Cruise missiles raining down on Serbia have had the timer chip fixed. Especially since UK tabloids like the Sun tell us that they can be programmed from 1,000 miles away to hit the centre spot on a football pitch. ®

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