Oops, Nvidia’s LHR graphics cards have been hacked again

Nancy J. Delong

Early in 2021, Nvidia introduced LHR (gentle hash amount) versions of its graphics playing cards, starting off with the RTX 3060, in the desire of keeping cryptocurrency miners from getting up all the inventory in advance of avid gamers could get their arms on them. On the other hand, it appears like that approach just went up in smoke. 

New application posted on GitHub by consumer SergeyDev allegedly will get all over the hash rate limiter, producing the graphics playing cards much much more impressive for mining purposes. The speeds of each unlocked GPU have been described by Chinese tech site MyDrivers, and noticed by the individuals above at VideoCardz and it appears that all of the Nvidia graphics cards are back at whole mining strength. 

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