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Okay so now my processor is going to run 30% slower?

What does this mean exactly?
where will I feel the pain?

And is this just a quick fix? will a later patch reduce the 30% to a reasonable amount?


FUCK WHY DID I BUY INTEL, WITH JEWS YOU LOSE
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It only affects windows.... Right?
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>>64119446
What? Probably not. It's a hardware bug.
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>>64119446
no
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The hell you guys are talking about? Do they released another fucking patch?
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>>64119446
Nope, it's a CPU level security flaw. The fix slows the processor down between 5% and 60% depending on task.

If you choose not to fix it malicious users will be able to run arbitrary code on your computer. It's basically a backdoor built into your CPU.
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>>64119507
>arbitrary code
meaning a miner that could occupy your CPU to 100%
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PostgreSQL benchmarks:
-23% performance on Intel :)
https://www.postgresql.org/message-id/20180102222354.qikjmf7dvnjgbkxe@alap3.anarazel.de

>tfw Ryzen owner




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