In recent days, this possibility has been speculated that it has been officially denied.
Nividia, the well-known manufacturer of graphics cards, has sent this morning a circular among the media to insist that their devices are immune to the well-known Specter security problem that in recent times has particularly shaken Intel processors.
Apparently, the confusion that initially assured otherwise by certain media was due to an update for its graphics chips that was launched almost simultaneously to the crisis last week but, according to Nvidia, was to “mitigate the security problem of the CPUs “.
“We are confident that our graphics architecture is immune to the reported security problem, and as for our driver software, we are providing updates to help mitigate the CPU security problem,” they explain from Nvidia. “We have updated our security bulletin to avoid any other misinterpretation.”
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