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NEWS: Intel plans to to drop SGX support from its 11th Gen Desktop Processors in favor of TME/MKTME
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Intel plans to to drop SGX support from its 11th Gen desktop processor lineup, in favor of its full memory encryption implementation (TME/MKTME).

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/02/intel-promises-full-memory-encryption-in-upcoming-cpus/

So how will we now play our 4K Blu-Rays if we're using an 11th Gen Intel system?

CyberLink PowerDVD 20 requires an Intel processor with Intel SGX support. Yet 11th Gen Intel processors will likely have SGX support axed. So, will CyberLink PowerDVD 20 be patched to support Intel's implementation of full memory encryption (TME/MKTME), or will we just have to be forced to upgrade to PowerDVD 21 (if it itself even has TME support)?
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Quote Intel plans to to drop SGX support from its 11th Gen desktop processor lineup, in favor of its full memory encryption implementation (TME/MKTME).

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/02/intel-promises-full-memory-encryption-in-upcoming-cpus/

So how will we now play our 4K Blu-Rays if we're using an 11th Gen Intel system?

CyberLink PowerDVD 20 requires an Intel processor with Intel SGX support. Yet 11th Gen Intel processors will likely have SGX support axed. So, will CyberLink PowerDVD 20 be patched to support Intel's implementation of full memory encryption (TME/MKTME), or will we just have to be forced to upgrade to PowerDVD 21 (if it itself even has TME support)?


You are asking the wrong guy here.


It's not CyberLink nor PowerDVD requires the Intel SGX for the Ultra HD Blu-ray disc playback.

Unfortunately, it's the requirements from the "Blu-ray Disc Association" (which is established by Intel giants and Hollywood movie studios) that requires the playback on PC platform needs the specific technology.


Please send your request or "complaints" to Blu-ray Disc Association to ask them change the requirements to support new things.

Show your power as a consumer, and make them know we (consumer) are the king of the world.
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