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  • #16
    This news just broke, if your thinking of Intel system be warned after windows is patched you could be getting 5% to 30% less performance. NVME ssd performance is badly affected 50% or greater loss in performance.

    https://overclock3d.net/news/softwar...een_released/1

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    • #17
      Wonderlust sent me a link to the Intel news earlier this morning - pretty crazy really.

      Didn't know it was going to affect SSDs as well.



      Originally posted by coiler
      Stomach was rumbling like a fatman landing on Sanctuary

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      • #18
        This is a joke right? I have just bought the parts Noooo...... Shall I change them? Can i ring and ask to change them or shall i leave them as they are?

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        • #19
          Please let me know guys before they process the order.

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          • #20
            It's not a joke unfortunately - how much individual users will be affected has yet to be seen though.



            Originally posted by coiler
            Stomach was rumbling like a fatman landing on Sanctuary

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            • #21
              I have literally just put the order through with Intel I7 processor,and the only reason I bought that is because it is supposed to perform better with Adobe products,if it wont then there is no point. Can someone please point me to the right direction ? What I should do,what parts should I get now? What a lot of messing about this

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              • #22
                The way I am looking at it, it's early speculative benchmark results, and a lot of news sites are copying one source. Everything is under embargo and the only solid results are on an early build of Linux - I run Windows 10 Insider Preview and hadn't noticed any significant performance degradation even though supposedly there is Microsoft's version of the patch applied to that. It sounds like AMD processors are actually also going to suffer as well, at least on Linux, for the meantime.

                I would personally say don't fret (as hard as it is!) - you'll still have a great PC and keep everything in proportion - it could well be a temporary thing just to fix the issue before a more long term, faster and more efficient solution is sorted too. I'm sure I won't be alone in reading more about this though when Intel stop the embargo!
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                • #23
                  http://www.bit-tech.net/news/tech/cp...ts-everyone/1/
                  'Intel has begun providing software and firmware updates to mitigate these exploits. Contrary to some reports, any performance impacts are workload-dependent, and, for the average computer user, should not be significant and will be mitigated over time.'
                  Intel claims standard consumer workloads will see a far smaller performance hit of between zero and two percent.
                  Hopefully not as severe an impact as everyone made out before all the press releases...
                  Last edited by NickCPC; 04-01-18, 22:26.
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                  • #24
                    Hi again

                    I have finally put the PC together,and it is running so quietly so smoothly I cant believe the difference. As we speak I am exporting photos from Lightroom,and no crash,not even any freezing Thank you so much for all the help Nick,you have been fantastic.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Sarahlou View Post
                      Hi again

                      I have finally put the PC together,and it is running so quietly so smoothly I cant believe the difference. As we speak I am exporting photos from Lightroom,and no crash,not even any freezing Thank you so much for all the help Nick,you have been fantastic.
                      Great news - sounds like a decent improvement! Glad you are pleased and very happy to have helped!
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