Netflix warning over Intel's latest Meltdown fix that could cause CPU latency spikes of 800 per cent

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New Meltdown patches from Intel still have "issues"...

Intel's operating-system level patch for the Meltdown CPU security flaw could cause a serious increase in latency issues, if the patch for Linux is any guide, according to research conducted by Net...

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