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Old 17-04-18, 08:49 AM
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Intel reveals iGPU-accelerated Threat Detection Technology

A drop from 20% CPU utilisation to 2% under Anti-virus memory scanning workloads.



Special thanks to NeverBackDown for the info.

Read more about Intel's iGPU-accelerated threat detection.

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Old 17-04-18, 04:53 PM
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I think this is really smart to be honest.

I'm also curious to see if they can extend this to dedicated GPUs. Maybe more efficient? Not sure. But utilizing every bit of power should be beneficial
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Old 17-04-18, 07:27 PM
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I think this is really smart to be honest.

I'm also curious to see if they can extend this to dedicated GPUs. Maybe more efficient? Not sure. But utilizing every bit of power should be beneficial
I like this idea! We could do so much more with our GPUs.
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Would be cool if Microsoft could implement this for dedicated GPU's too.
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Did MS ever confirm if this is being integrated into the default MS Security Essentials?

But as for the dedicated stuff yeah they should head into that direction. I'd give it some time. At least Intel and MS teamed up on this so it shows they are taking the recent security stuff seriously.
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