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NVIDIOTS GET BANNED FROM THE COMPUTER ROOM!
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NVIDIOTS GET BANNED FROM THE COMPUTER ROOM!

>Andersen found the flaw when an "adult entertainment" video he watched re-appeared on his screen as he loaded the game Diablo III.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/01/11/nvidia_gpus_break_chrome_incognito_mode/
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>>52360409
nvidicucks on sucidewatch
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>>52360409
>caring about privacy
>using chrome
/thread
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>>52360409
Fucking retard, this is how memory management generally works, you don't zero shit for no reason and waste cycles. Nvidia has done nothing wrong.
The one at fault here is Diablo for not clearing it's framebuffer.
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Nvidiafriends literally getting cucked by their own GPUs, holy shit
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>Andersen wrote an app to scan GPU memory for non-zero pixels
How is that possible from user space? I thought the kernel doesn't expose GPU memory.
Or, when they said "App" did they really mean kernel module?
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>>52361535
kek implying thats not the drivers job
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>>52360409
Blaming the GPU for a software bug.
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It happens to every GPU not just Nvidia's.
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>>52361727
Correct, if you don't request a frame buffer clear the data will remain on AMD cards as well, Chrome is at fault here.
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>>52361535
I would say the one at fault is Chrome. Does it even zero out temporary files generated in incognito mode?
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>>52360409
>Programs referenced as an app
That article might have displayed a valid point but it was found lacking
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>>52361787
>An application program (app or application for short) is a computer program designed to perform a group of coordinated functions, tasks, or activities for the benefit of the user. Examples of an application include a word processor, a spreadsheet, an accounting application, a web browser, a media player, an aeronautical flight simulator, a console game or a photo editor.

The term app has been used since before you were born, you little shit.
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>>52361818
But application has a very particular meaning. It's an applied state of some specific theoretical body of data. A program that reads for non-zero data blocks isn't an application of any sort, it's just a program.

Don't waste your time replying with another famous tumblr quote.
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>>52361570
>Windows
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>>52361818
>justifies calling simple programs as applications because of a dictionary quote
Spoken like a true CS idiot.
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>blames nvidia
>/g/ didn't blame for chrome
you know majority /g/ uses botnet?
also sage
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>>52361818
Using a dictionary definition to justify use of language. How very dare you.
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I think something like that happened to me a while ago

sometimes porn videos just pop up when the video card changes resolution or some shit.
or maybe it was when resizing firefox, no idea.
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>Nvidia is now responsible for zeroing video memory
Blame Diablo for not clearing it's framebuffer or Chrome for leaving "incognito" shit in memory
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>>Andersen found the flaw when an "adult entertainment" video he watched re-appeared on his screen as he loaded the game Diablo III.
That's hilarious.
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>>52361570
galloc/surfacealloc, request max resolution buffer and for loop the data, batshit simple
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A similar thing happened to me when I had a mx420 blaze it.
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How long until this affect a streamer?
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>don't clear framebuffer
>surprised the data is still there
WOAH
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>>52361899
>you know majority /g/ uses botnet?

>you know majority of /v/ uses botnet?
FTFY

Sent from my ganoo box.
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>>52360409
>Andersen found the flaw when an "adult entertainment" video he watched re-appeared on his screen as he loaded the game Diablo III.
kekkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkked
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>>52366016
>this happens on AMD cards too

This thread is garbage
When will winter break be over for these kids
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nvidia going full botnet in 2016
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Just a heads up: This also allows VMs to access and display content of the host's GPU.
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