FDIV bug - Computer Definition
(Floating Point DIVision bug) A flaw in early Pentium chips that, in certain cases, caused an erroneous result from the FDIV floating point division instruction. It surfaced in late 1994, and Intel eventually initiated a replacement program for all users of the chip.
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