My take on Intel refuse to patch the bug.

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Apparently we all know that intel Chips (all the modern chips that are produced in the last 10 years) have a bug that skips some security checks to improve performance. Basically it checks 999 out of 1000 checks to save time so it can improve performance. Fixing this can cause intel Chips to slowdown as much as 35% And apparently intel is refusing to fix it via a bios update.

So yea intel is refusing to fix the bug saying it cannot be fixed by a bios update and can only be fixed via a software OS level update. The solution is a kernel table isolation patch which separates the kernel memory from the user processes providing kernel overhead. This unfortunately will results in slowing down the system by as much as 35% (5% ~ 35%)

My take on this is, this bug can be fixed via a simple bios update and intel is only refusing to do that is cause then the only systems that are effected by this will be intel CPU's, apparently we all know that AMD does not suffer from this bug but a os level update can and will bring down the AMD systems along with Intel systems.

I think intel is deliberately doing this so as to bring down AMD along with it.
 

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Take your discussion of this topic to the existing thread linked above, please and thank you.
 
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