Intel and AMD have been at work with partners to roll out BIOS updates for motherboards for the CPU vulnerability. You likely heard about the issue, referred to as the Meltdown and Spectre exploits.
Interestingly, the BIOS update hasn't gone smoothly for everyone. Community member Robbie_Jardine recently patched his Gigabyte motherboard and noticed a substantial drop in performance. It's not the end of the world, but is certainly worth considering when looking at picking up an Intel CPU.
We're curious if your experience matches his — has your updated BIOS been accompanied by a noticeable performance hit? Head over to our forum and share your results!
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