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  1. ddelo's Avatar
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    EdKiefer said:
    Hi ddelo, that is true but the I/O seems to be biggest hit by Spectre, I looked at the standard AHCI (Storahci.sys) its version is 10.0.17763.168 date 12/5/2018 so not sure this would even be retpoline compiled, depends on how far back they started.

    Probably when they roll this out in 19H1 enabled they will include driver support for it.

    Little bit OT, I have a VMwin10 1809 (same setup and main/parent system) and noticed the value for "FeatureSettings" right above the other strings in reg doesn't match up between VM and main system, that values changes with each change you make with FeatureSettingsOverride/FeatureSettingsOverrideMask..
    I looked around but couldn't find any info on FeatureSettings to see what it should be, I never messed with it before.

    For example with 1809 default of FeatureSettingsOverride 0, FeatureSettingsOverrideMask 3 on my main system I have FeatureSettings 800 and on VM 0 value, could be that it is a VM, there no microcode AFAIK.
    Retpoline (the Return trampoline as Google, its developers call it), goes back to January 2018 (if not earlier). So Microsoft is aware of it at least a year now!
    Now, my opinion is not to get crazy with that stuff, as the gain might not worth all the trouble!

    Regarding that FeatureSettings 0x800, I have no idea when and how it got to 800 and as you mentioned, I spent sometime in the net and I couldn't find what this setting is for.
    The only thing I found, was that some people had it 800 (most of them) but a lot other had it 0.... Go figure!
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       #331

    ddelo said:
    Retpoline (the Return trampoline as Google, its developers call it), goes back to January 2018 (if not earlier). So Microsoft is aware of it at least a year now!
    Now, my opinion is not to get crazy with that stuff, as the gain might not worth all the trouble!

    Regarding that FeatureSettings 0x800, I have no idea when and how it got to 800 and as you mentioned, I spent sometime in the net and I couldn't find what this setting is for.
    The only thing I found, was that some people had it 800 (most of them) but a lot other had it 0.... Go figure!
    Ok, Thanks, Yup I remember Google News on this way back, just not sure how fast MS is :)

    I agree it is not worth it as it is small amounts even though they claim 20% but that is probably in one specific area and on servers with a lot of traffic.

    PS: We might get a CU update today being 2nd Tuesday see what happens.
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  3. pietcorus2's Avatar
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       #332

    " Now, my opinion is not to get crazy with that stuff, as the gain might not worth all the trouble! "...............true, for sure !
    I quitt messing with it anymore , went back to default ; 0 and 3 !
    Problem is ; we always are too late when bandits inventing "news " !!
    Only thing which can safe us is BACKUP (!) your OS on a regular base.............!!!!
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  4. Posts : 297
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       #333

    boombastik said:
    you are ok then!
    I didn't install any Intel Rapid Storage driver anymore.

    Σ’ ευχαριστώ!
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  5. boombastik's Avatar
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       #334

    khanmein said:
    I didn't install any Intel Rapid Storage driver anymore.

    Σ’ ευχαριστώ!
    Παρακαλώ -->(you are welcome)
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  6. ddelo's Avatar
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       #335

    boombastik said:
    Παρακαλώ -->(you are welcome)
    By the time these issues are all resolved @khanmein will be fluent in Greek.

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  7. Brink's Avatar
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  8. Bree's Avatar
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       #337

    Heads up for @Brink et. al.

    2019-03 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1809 for x64-based Systems (KB4489899) now released.

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  9. WEKJR's Avatar
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    Win7 SP1 Ultimate and Win10 19635.1 64bit Pro
       #338

    WU KB4489899 being delivered right now.


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  10. flhthemi's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #339

    Bree said:
    What build does Winver say you have? I haven't see this happen since the update to 17763.384.

    Edit: that was a typo - meant to say 17763.348
    Sorry it's been over a week...I was on the current release .348 when I saw it happen. I'm now up to 17763.379 and so far have not seen it happen again.
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