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Mining software appears to have cracked Nvidia’s Lite Hash Rate algorithm

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The workforce behind mining software program NBMiner claims to have partially cracked Nvidia’s anti-mining limitations.

Again in June Nvidia implemented an algorithm referred to as Lite Hash Fee, or LHR, on all graphics playing cards from its RTX 30 collection in an try to curb crypto mining. The limiter works on each the BIOS and driver degree detecting mining algorithms to drastically cut back its mining energy by as much as 50% of its unique functionality.

On the time, the corporate claimed that miners have been disrupting its provide chain, consequently rising the value of its graphics playing cards as a result of low provide. Nvidia prioritized its gaming consumer base stating that “this extra step will get extra GeForce playing cards at higher costs into the fingers of avid gamers in every single place.”

NBMiner’s most up-to-date launch has reportedly been capable of bypass these limitations and enhance the mining energy of those graphic playing cards by as much as 70%. The replace is out there on each Home windows and Linux terminals and helps backup mining pool configuration. Whereas the software program is free to obtain, miners are required to pay the workforce a improvement price starting from 1% to three% of their mining revenues.

The NB workforce has been creating strategies to extend graphic playing cards efficiency for years and promised to develop additional enhancements sooner or later. It could not matter a lot, however it’s going to as soon as Ethereum 2.0’s a lot anticipated proof-of-stake algorithm kicks in.