A Customs officer surveys counterfeit computer chip units after a team raided a Kowloon Bay warehouse. The imitation computer central processing units were stamped with the Intel trademark. The fake chips were packed professionally (left), making it unlikely customers would know they were not getting the authorised product. The fakes and machines seized were worth $2.9 million. The raid on Friday followed a one-month investigation. Six men and five women were assisting with inquiries, officers said. Fake NEC and Intel chips sold internationally have previously been linked with Hong Kong gangs.