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Old 05-01-18, 07:56 PM
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Windows 10 Meltdown/Spectre Patch Performance Impact Assessment

Will this security patch harm the performance of Intel CPUs?



Read more about the performance impact of Windows 10's latest security update on Intel systems.

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"we must preface this with the fact that AMD systems will not be affected in the same way as an Intel-based system by this update, because AMD CPU architectures are vulnerable to Meltdown".
I think you mean invulnerable, right?
Nice to see the performance hit for the average user is minimal.
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"we must preface this with the fact that AMD systems will not be affected in the same way as an Intel-based system by this update, because AMD CPU architectures are vulnerable to Meltdown".
I think you mean invulnerable, right?
Nice to see the performance hit for the average user is minimal.
Fixed and fixed.

Yeah, I am very happy to know that the performance hit is minimal for most standard users. Only slightly annoying that so much time was spend testing it.
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Being new here, Hello first of all. Plus thank you for taking the time and effort with the testing Thank you again, regards
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Being new here, Hello first of all. Plus thank you for taking the time and effort with the testing Thank you again, regards
You are welcome. Your thanks are greatly appreciated.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=JbhKUjPRk5Q

Some more testing perhaps Mark? Seems NVME gets slammed at certain things.
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Welcome donp.

My main gaming rig (i9-7900X) is so much overkill that I'm sure I will not see any impact on my gaming experience.

The i7-7700K and the i7-6600K are pretty much the same.
I applied Microsoft's fix to them all and I can't tell from normal use that there is a performance hit.

Thanks for posting this analysis. It's good to know about it, even if we can't ~do~ anything about it.
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Some more testing perhaps Mark? Seems NVME gets slammed at certain things.
I don't have any NVMe drives to test here, aside from the drive in the Ryzen test rig. Time investment it too great to be worthwhile for me. As much as I would love to look into it further.
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The question we all should be asking is really how long has intel known about this issue an sat on there ass doing jack about it... If google can find it so why did a highly known company like intel miss this issue or did they ?

I only say this as we all known company's hide so much so they can sell there item's. Intel replied that the processor's in question are all working as they were meant to but you guy left a security hole that big enough to fit my mother in law's ass in an that's one big ass trust me.lol
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