Well, allot of that isn't as hard as it sounds. The biggest issue would be the time it takes to setup, configure, come up with the tests, methodology and then perform it that many times.That would be amazing Dan. I think Haswell, Skylake or Kabylake, would be a good sampling of the older architectures. I can see it would be a bit of work though, as you would need both old and new Bios's for the older boards, plus a hardrive with older install of windows to ensure it was pre-patch. Summer of 2017 build should be old enough. Pretty sure that by Fall/winter 2017 Microsoft had already slipped the first round of patches in, even before the vulnerabilities were made public.