Mining software appears to have cracked Nvidia’s lite hash rate algorithm

Mining software appears to have cracked Nvidia's Lite hash rate algorithm 3

The group behind the mining software NBMiner claims to have partially eliminated Nvidia’s anti-mining restrictions.

In June, Nvidia carried out an algorithm known as Lite Hash Rate or LHR on all graphics playing cards in its RTX 30 sequence to restrict the mining of cryptocurrencies. The limiter, which works at each the BIOS and driver degree, detects mining algorithms and considerably reduces its mining efficiency by up to 50% of its unique capability.

At the time, the corporate claimed that miners disrupted their provide chains, thereby rising the price of their graphics playing cards due to the low provide. Prioritizing its gaming person base, Nvidia says, “… this additional step will help bring more GeForce cards at better prices to gamers everywhere.”

The newest model of NBMiner is alleged to overcome these limitations and enhance the mining energy of those graphics playing cards by up to 70%. The replace is offered on each Windows and Linux terminals and helps the configuration of fallback mining swimming pools. While the software is free to obtain, the miners pay the group a improvement price of 1% to 3% of their mining earnings.

The NB group has been growing strategies to enhance graphics card efficiency for a few years and guarantees to develop additional enhancements sooner or later. It could not matter a lot as soon as the extremely anticipated proof-of-stake algorithm of Ethereum 2.0 kicks in.



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