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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Lite Hash Rate (LHR) has been fully unlocked


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NiceHash developers were among the first to unlock 70% of the LHR algorithm. This was achieved in August last year. Therefore, it took 9 more months to discover the LHR lock mechanism and disable it for most SKU. Today, the software unlocks 100% for all RTX 30 cards with LHR except RTX 3050 and RTX 3080 12GB, which might feature a new type of LHR algorithm that was not yet hacked.

https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-geforce-rtx-30-lite-hash-rate-lhr-has-been-fully-unlocked

 

 

 

Bad new for us / Good new for nvidia.

We are going to end up with the same issue with the 4000 serie if they don't find a ways to block mining.... Scalper everywhere. 😐

 

 

 

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16 hours ago, bonami2 said:

https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-geforce-rtx-30-lite-hash-rate-lhr-has-been-fully-unlocked

 

 

 

Bad new for us / Good new for nvidia.

We are going to end up with the same issue with the 4000 serie if they don't find a ways to block mining.... Scalper everywhere. 😐

 

 

 

Ok I'll be that guy. Nvidia should not be artificial limiting the performance of their cards for any reason. I think its clear LHR did not do a thing to curb mining during the 30-series anyway. I say that as someone who doesn't mine, but as someone who recognizes that if you as a gamer buy a card and want to mine on the side...why shouldn't you be able to?

 

At this point, cryptocurrencies just need to be forced off of proof of work mining because on the large scale its hugely wasteful of energy.

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3 hours ago, Sir Beregond said:

Ok I'll be that guy. Nvidia should not be artificial limiting the performance of their cards for any reason. I think its clear LHR did not do a thing to curb mining during the 30-series anyway. I say that as someone who doesn't mine, but as someone who recognizes that if you as a gamer buy a card and want to mine on the side...why shouldn't you be able to?

 

At this point, cryptocurrencies just need to be forced off of proof of work mining because on the large scale its hugely wasteful of energy.

I somewhat agree. Some Digital Currency Like banano is using [email protected] and Nano just do not use any mining.  

The electricity use should be illegal for big installation of mining.

 

All that electricity lost make no sense.

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5 hours ago, bonami2 said:

I somewhat agree. Some Digital Currency Like banano is using [email protected] and Nano just do not use any mining.  

The electricity use should be illegal for big installation of mining.

 

All that electricity lost make no sense.

I guess my thought is that the limiter only hurt the gamer who mined overnight or on the side to buy some games or what have you. 

 

These big operations continued to buy cards by the pallet load directly and they still get an ROI.

 

Limiter didn't hurt them at all. Cracked or uncracked. Didn't matter.

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I personally don't see an issue with consuming gobs of electricity and don't think it should be illegal. There are many other things that are legal and far more harmful in the grand scheme of things.

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1 hour ago, Mr. Fox said:

I personally don't see an issue with consuming gobs of electricity and don't think it should be illegal. There are many other things that are legal and far more harmful in the grand scheme of things.

It increase price up and with electric vehicle coming it really a bad idea. We have mining farm here in canada that are close to city and they are so noisy people sell their house.

 

I understand making it illegal cut on freedom but i mean we need lower electricity price not higher.

In some country people can't even afford Electricity.

 

It true that lot of thing are worse and dangerous but it doesn't make this any better 😟

 

 

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The report states that each Bitcoin transaction consumes 1,173 kilowatt hours of electricity. That's the volume of energy that could "power the typical American home for six weeks," the authors add. The Bitcoin mining that enables a purchase, sale or transfer, it posits, uses a slug of electricity that costs $176. That number is based on an average worldwide cost per kWh of 9.0 cents over the past 12 months.

 

FORTUNE.COM

Estimates highlight the incredible energy toll of the world's biggest cryptocurrency.

 

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3 hours ago, bonami2 said:

It increase price up and with electric vehicle coming it really a bad idea. We have mining farm here in canada that are close to city and they are so noisy people sell their house.

 

I understand making it illegal cut on freedom but i mean we need lower electricity price not higher.

In some country people can't even afford Electricity.

 

It true that lot of thing are worse and dangerous but it doesn't make this any better 😟

 

 

 

FORTUNE.COM

Estimates highlight the incredible energy toll of the world's biggest cryptocurrency.

 

The problem is the abuse of power and taking of freedom. Bad leaders/politicians allow power to go to their head and they anoint themselves as gods to make far too many decisions they have no business making. It might be crypto today, but overclocking and high performance computers and fast cars tomorrow. 

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10 minutes ago, Mr. Fox said:

The problem is the abuse of power and taking of freedom. Bad leaders/politicians allow power to go to their head and they anoint themselves as gods to make far too many decisions they have no business making. It might be crypto today, but overclocking and high performance computers and fast cars tomorrow. 

That what am afraid too. It getting worse with everything already. But we still are getting scammed everywhere.

The right to repair that the gov do not seem to want to fight for and many other thing.

I don't know where we are going. Am afraid we end up stuck at home with no more car no more freedom.

 

Damn world we live in 🙁  

 

 

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