The first installment of AMD's The Fixer video series was like a marketing executive's fever dream—and AMD didn't stop there. 18 months later, the company is now up to its third video, which is just as bewildering as the rest. Watch at your own risk:
What's happening? Who are these people? Does AMD have a mutated clone of David Lynch working in an underground lab?
The video is somehow tied to the recent GeForce GTX 970 memory controversy (which we learned more about this week). And AMD appears to be running some kind of contest for the occasion, at least judging by the latest tweet from its corporate Twitter account:
So, uh, yeah, good luck. And remember: never consume hallucinogenic drugs unsupervised.
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