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Super Micro Computer Inc. said in a letter to customers that a media report claiming a malevolent hardware chip was installed in its motherboards is incorrect and that it is conducting a review in light of the story. “We are confident that a recent article, alleging a malicious hardware chip was implanted during the manufacturing process of our motherboards, is wrong,” the San Jose-based company said in a letter to customers dated Oct. 18 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. “From everything we know and have…