AMD to modify architecture to remove Spectre security threat from Zen 2

Nicholas Fearn
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AMD to modify architecture to remove Spectre security threat from Zen 2

Existing Ryzen users can slot the new CPUs into the AM4 socket when they are released

AMD has confirmed that it is making changes to the architecture of its CPUs in order to remove the security threat posed by Spectre in time for the Zen 2 microprocessors. According to technology...

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