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AMD has the same issues, they just choose no to tell you about it. Kinda weird given how they are transparent and user friendly and everything godlike about them....

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the right gamers choice for your fav russian hacker near you!!!! streaming your opponents annihilation has never been so easy while purging your btc$ wallet! win win
Probably best for you to not own either since you are probably one of those people that let "Microsoft support" connect to your PC and troubleshoot.

I have a big bang house. I had all the materials for my new house brought in and dumped on a vacant lot. I took a stick of dynamite, lit the fuse on fire and tossed it into the pile of materials. BOOM went the explosion and when the dust settled I had a new house! Amazing isn't it?
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Probably best for you to not own either since you are probably one of those people that let "Microsoft support" connect to your PC and troubleshoot.


I do that..and they connect to my special OS just for them..with wireshark and the "Beef, it's what's for Dinner" desktop...

Have a notepad with large text ready so I can type things to them ..
"Filthy Untouchable" ..Can't say most of the things I type to them here...
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They get mad!

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So the latest drivers are fine? I haven't had any issues with specific drivers so I have been keeping them up to date, but I don't remember what the number was on the latest driver.
For home users this is more or less a non-issue, but yes the latest drivers are fine.

In general announcements like this aren't a big deal. It's when they announce something that isn't yet patched, usually because it's already in use in the wild, that you want to worry. Or when they announce something that is unpatchable (looking at you, Intel).

Quote: Originally Posted by rainzor View Post
AMD has the same issues, they just choose no to tell you about it. Kinda weird given how they are transparent and user friendly and everything godlike about them....
AMD GPUs are less prominent in data centres, aren't they? Makes sense if they do invest less on security audits and treat vulnerabilities that require local access lower priority, not that there is any sign that they do.

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Probably best for you to not own either since you are probably one of those people that let "Microsoft support" connect to your PC and troubleshoot.
dude acts like he's Robert from Punjab, himself.

though why purge someone's btc when you could just take it instead?

I wonder if there are as many american neck-beards trying to scam European folks as there are European neck-beards trying to scam Americans.

reminds me of these kids I hung out with back in high school that essentially lived off of stolen credit cards after their parents died, n left them nothing. bet you can still go to those same sites & buy CCs to this day(15 years later). I'd be willing to bet we all know people secretly taking advantage of credit card fraud, at this point.

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