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Odyn

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  1. Even if they made an equal share of GPU mining capable only cards it really wouldn't matter too much, as they can't account for every algorithm. This is super silly tbh and is wasting everyones time.
  2. Is there any interest for this? I think we can compile some good data if anyone is interested.
  3. nvidia is so dumb here ... the driver limiter only gimps ethash and related cryptos (ETH, ETC, other doggerino hashimoto algos). The 3060 can mine at full speed on other algos and doesn't do too bad. A 6x 3060 rig might be in my future for vertcoin or something.
  4. I dunno how else to state it -- I want to lock the frequency at a certain clockspeed. Thats it. Boost lock doesn't seem to be doing it -- when I had my 1080ti I could force, through MSI afterburner, the clock to stay at an exact level I set. There is no other question or circumstance. I just want it. I'm not crashing, I'm not getting errors, nothing bad is happening... I want to lock my clockspeed like I used to be able to do using MSI.
  5. I have my 6 @: 125w power limit, 100% fan, 0 core, 2600mem. I get 62.8mhs per card. Where did you end up getting your cards at? Matching sets are rare.
  6. I don't want to *boost* lock though, I want to frequency lock. I'm clocked at -300 and as you can see my clocks are variable (i enabled the lock before i opened gpuz):
  7. Like the title says, I'm not trying to boost lock - rather I'm trying to set a constant clock of lets say 1100 on the GPU clock. I've tried to do it in MSI Afterburner using CRTL + F, then hitting L at the proper offset but I think the evga BIOS prevents afterburner from modifying certain settings (like voltage control for example).
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