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>>64291370
Stop breathing
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>>64291383
soyboi with 8700K detected
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Yes please. If everyone stops buying, prices will drop so I can buy a new one now and another new one when Meltdown/Spectre are fixed.
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At the very least stop buying Intel.
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>>64292367
amds are all faulty, shill.
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>>64292467
Not affected by Meltdown, at least.
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I have an i5 4460 OP. This is trash, I'm not sure if I can wait
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>>64291370
just buy ARM32. or RISC V
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>>64292812
That's the least important bug, shill.
It doesn't even have a performance effect of merit on low latency desktop schedulers.
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>>64292467
Stop spreading misinformation. Not affected by Meltdown (the bad one with the performance decrease when fixed is Intel only) and Spectre affects theoretically all CPUs with out of order execution, but the only Amd chip they successfully demonstrated it, was an FX chip with default settings changed.
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>>64293094
>a bug that doesn't require physical access is the least important bug
>implying intel isn't affected anyway
How much of a retard are you, exactly?
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>>64291370
i have no problem with doing that.




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