Do you think that mining for cheap cryptocurrencies and graphics cards will end up in stores? None of that! The developers have revealed the full functionality of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 chips. Not only on Windows, but also on Linux.
Two days ago, I shared the bad news with you at Telepolis. ie NiceHash developers broke the LHR algorithm. This is a special security feature on the latest cards Nvidia GeForce RTX3000. If the system is found to be used to extract cryptocurrencies, its performance is significantly reduced.
Ethereum is 100% efficient if not LHR
So far, the LHR has been somewhat avoided, but not 100% effective. And presented NiceHash Minor had a downside – it only worked on Windows computers. Many miners use specialized Linux distributions in their miners, which are designed for mining and GPU management.
Everything here comes in white NebuMiner, also known as NBMiner. Version 41.0 includes a full LHR bypass to get 100% graphics card extraction power. The program works on both Windows and Linux. This has been verified on drivers 512.15 and 510.60 – others may have stability issues.
NBMiner’s performance has already been confirmed by many miners And diggers. This is not a virus, but a fully functional solution.
Unfortunately, both NiceHash and NebuMiner are closed source programs. So there is no way to find solutions for both developers. However, it is confusing that both groups broke the LHR almost simultaneously. Of course, it’s not out of the question for programmers to simply interact with each other. As in any field, many of those most interested in him know each other.
It doesn’t make sense to look for conspiracies here that Nvidia has a hand in this. Graphics cards have been cheap for months due to the high cost of electricity and cheap cryptocurrencies. This also applies to AMD Radeon systems, which do not have the same protection as the LHR.
What else There are still models like the GeForce RTX3050 or 12GB RTX3080, which are defined by the LHR.. I’m probably using a new, but uninterrupted algorithm. It will probably be his version or even better The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 series will be launched later this year.
See: Are graphics cards expensive again? Cryptocurrencies are a crime
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