Nvidia releases update for GPUs - claims to be unaffected by Meltdown and Spectre

Nicholas Fearn
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Nvidia updates drivers to combat Spectre security flaw, but claims it's not a problem

Graphics chip specialist Nvidia has confirmed that it's in the process of releasing a software update for its range of graphics processing units (GPUs) to counter the Spectre security flaw. Whil...

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