Tiger lake/Intel XE tweet

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by moon angel, Jun 18, 2020.

  1. moon angel

    moon angel Notebook Virtuoso NBR Reviewer

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    TheReciever D! For Dragon!

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    I suppose it could be nice for the hotel, still prefer my sig's though
     
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    Its amazing for a integrated GPU to run the game at 30fps stable. And the game is very poorly optimized which means it can run older games very good in medium/high settings! Very impressive
     
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    Eh, hasn’t been my experience with BFV. At least graphically it’s one of the most well-optimized titles on the market, and runs faster than many games with less impressive visuals.
     
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    Starlight5 Don't call me Chris, my name is Elvis

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    Intel is a mess from security standpoint. No full memory encryption and constant flow of new vulnerabilities = no love. The situation when OEMs/ODMs outright gimp their AMD machines compared to Intel counterparts (I'm talking 2-lane eDP on most AMD laptops) is disgusting and extremely annoying.
     
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    Is there any current cpu arch that does memory encription? And why would that be good, the cpu would need to have all the memory keys or it wouldn't work, so any side channel attack would work just as fine as having no memory encription like we have currently..
     
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    Starlight5 Don't call me Chris, my name is Elvis

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    @senso AMD CPUs have been doing full memory encryption for years; this feature can be turned off, however - thus, exploiting other vulnerabilities can disable it.

    Intel CPUs currently can only provide SGX enclave (i.e. very small part of memory is encrypted), but SGX is an ugly, buggy, unfixable, vulnerable mess - not a solution by any means.
     
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