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Nvidia’s “anti-crypto” clamping already cracked?

Nvidia’s “anti-crypto” clamping already cracked?

The RTX 3060 has not remained insensitive to Ethereum for too long…

This should not really surprise anyone, but it seems that some people have already found a way to bypass the blocking put in place by Nvidia on its RTX 3060 to restrict Ethereum mining. However, the company has insisted on the “complex” nature of its solution as we have discussed here. However, since a few hours, images from a mining farm show us GeForce RTX 3060 at full load with a hash rate of 45 MH/s . From what we can extract from this leak coming from I_Leak_VN we can see now that this triple protection did not resist to a custom mod developed by the Chinese. A Vietnamese Facebook group was able to verify that this mod really works and can provide up to 50 MH/s on the RTX 3060. These figures therefore allow for mining performance on the level of the RTX 3060 Ti and close to the RTX 3070 with much lower power consumption. RTX 3060 Ethereum If the comments on this image are to be believed, this mini farm in RTX 3060 is a clear example of the problems that plague the graphics card market. Indeed with 8x 3060 cards, these apprentice miners get a combined hash rate of 362.75 MH/s. If we reintegrate the cost of electricity and make a projection with the current price of Ethereum, we get around 850€ of profit per month. We will now have to see how Nvidia will react…

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