Does anyone know that state of Meltdown/Spectre on the newest Intel CPUs?

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Intel has announced their 11th gen of CPUs and claims they're based on a new micro-architecture "Cypress Cove".
Highlights include the new microarchitecture, Cypress Cove, and the Xe-LP graphics design, both of which are redesigns of Intel’s 10nm mobile products. These parts also include Intel’s first PCIe 4.0 offering on the desktop, new AVX-512 for desktop, better memory support, support for resizable BAR, new overclocking features, and enhanced multimedia acceleration.

I'm wondering if anyone has come across a specific statement from Intel about whether or not they FINALLY have addressed the Meltdown/Spectre vulnerabilities in hardware (and at full speed.)
 
the Meltdown/Spectre vulnerabilities in hardware (and at full speed.)

I, for one, certainly hope they address/have addressed the vulnerabilities at full speed. :sneaky:

I wonder, though, how long it will take for someone to find a vulnerability in the "new architecture"... I'd just ask @PHolder, but even he might not know the answer(s) to that quite yet. 🤯
 
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