Etherum mining: first miner bypasses nvidia’s hashrate brake

Etherum mining: First miner bypasses Nvidia's Hashrate Brake

Since mid-July 2021, the first ethereum miner has been used, the Nvidia’s hashrate brake at least on the GeForce RTX 3060 – including the newer Lite Hashrate models (LHR). Nvidia wanted to make her own GeForce graphics cards uninteresting by the ethash algorithm being braked in a crop. Only half the rich production should provide the LHR models as soon as the driver recognizes the memory-enabled arithmetic operations.

On the 10th. July 2021 published Miniz a first version, which unlocked the full mining performance on the GeForce RTX 3060. At the end of the month followed a beta update with stability improvements.

GeForce RTX 3060 Unbraked

Screenshots in the comments prove that optimized RTX-3060 graphics cards with overclocked GDDR6-RAM calculate about 40 megahashes per second (MH / S) for ETH skaft. With intact brake were 20 to 25 mh / s in it. The miner works on both Windows 10 and various Linux distributions.

According to the development team, Nvidia’s throttle also looks like the faster LHR graphics cards in the form of GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3080 Ti. The current Mini version does not yet do that yet and so far the responsible persons have no corresponding tarp.

Anyway, by the end of 2021, after years of envisivity, the energy-related mining is abolished at the crypto food Etherum. With the ETH-2.0-UPDATE changes EtherEmum from the previous proof of Work (POW) on ProOF of Stake (POS), in which deposited coins serve as security for truthful transactions.

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