Re: Will this patch to windows for Intel chips impact speed for nvda?
A large number of security flaws (in both software and hardware) do not get
discovered for a long time after they crept into the design.
I think "if the security hole has been in the chips for a decade, I'm not so
sure its that much of an issue" is a dangerous assumption, and not borne out
by Microsoft's sudden activity to patch Windows in such a way that it will
have a definite performance penalty. If the 10-year old security flaw were not
much of a problem, Microsoft wouldn't react in a way that unavoidably impacts
the majority of Windows users.
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