Keller Rohrback Investigates Intel and AMD Computer Chip Flaws
Did you buy a computer recently, thinking you were getting the latest and fastest Intel or AMD processor on the market only to find your brand-new computer is now slow and ineffective?
The problem might be the Intel or AMD chip inside. Researchers recently found that chip flaws known as Meltdown and Spectre were putting almost every computer at risk – most personal computers are powered by Intel or AMD chips. Chips, aka central process units (CPUs), are the processing and memory units of computers.
The Meltdown and Spectre flaws left computers vulnerable to hackers who could steal users’ passwords and other sensitive data. Patches were issued to correct the security flaws, but they may be doing more harm than good by slowing down your processor. Some reports estimate that your computer could be performing 5 to 30 percent slower than it should be. You’re not getting the value or performance you paid for.
If you or a family member bought a computer recently, Keller Rohrback wants to hear from you. Contact attorney David Copley at 800-776-6044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your potential legal claims. Keller Rohrback wants to work on your behalf to ensure you get the necessary compensation or other remedy you deserve. You can easily verify the type of processor your computer uses. There’s usually a sticker on your laptop or desktop that states what type of processor is inside.
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