aka_STEVE_bWHY would it matter ? - Remember the Nvidia board member who said in the latest meeting that she didn't believe bitcoin miners were the reason for the card shortages...? ...but yet they specifically target that market with gimped performance...? They really need to make up their mind as to what excuse to use from week to week...
ty_ger07It's good for NVIDIA that the hash rate limit was hacked so quick. Otherwise everybody would have one less scapegoat for why the cards are not in stock.Plus, purposely disabling features for the purpose of product segmentation is never a good thing for the buyer.
Xavier Zepherious all Nvidia is doing is risking a class action lawsuit for it anyways.... also a fraud charge for advertising its ability as a compute card while gimping the computejust imagine you bought the card to do video compression - and Nvidia changes the rules and gimps that because media companies are buying up all the ampere - class action suit - i can see itsame goes if it impacts the scientific community in any way STUPID you ask me
A developer driver inadvertently included code used for internal development which removes the hash rate limiter on RTX 3060 in some configurations.The driver has been removed.— NVIDIA
TexAg12Life finds a way. Unless they implement some how a way to change the hardware to limit the mining ability they will always crack the code.