nN117I heard about new cards will be LHR. They need some kind of way to sell mining versions of videocards.
XaxusSource for this? The KL statement that is.
XaxusThen is there an exception for the 3080TI? I have one coming in tomorrow that is a KR model but I was under the impression all 3080TIs are LHR.
EVGATech_DanielMXaxusSource for this? The KL statement that is.Am source - can confirm.
HollandaAs a seller I want to make sure my customers get what they want and this question comes up for different brands of cards. As we are only talking about EVGA, I understand and agree that the K and L works as a system for the 3070 and 3080. However I have never seen a 3060 that ends in L...only K and I suspect because in theory it was made as a LHR card when it got designated as a K card, that it stays a K card unless something changes in the production build phase. I use to be a production manager at an electronic design and manufacture company so I am use to production systems. If you make a new card, that has different parts or builds, you make a new part number and that is where the L is coming in for the 3070 and 3080's. However the 3060 might be undergoing a smaller change in only firmware and that does not normally mean a part number change. You always program your parts with the newest firmware as you update or change it. The actual parts on the board, resistors, diodes etc may not have changed on the 3060, so no new part number. If I am right, they only change from older and newer 3060 is the firmware in them, so you will not see a 3060 ending in an L. That does not mean it was not limited in it's mining through the firmware. I am sure some folks will learn how to change the firmware in the future. It would not be hard if you know what you are doing, but most people will not have the tools or ability to make the change depending on how they are trying to lock it in place. They may figure that out tomorrow or a year from now. The question is whether there is such a thing as a 3060 that ends in an L...I have not seen one, and whether the hashing is limited through the firmware or other software means. I do not think you can use the K and L letter as a system to figure out the 3060's
JulienA1How do I know if my card is LHR or not ? RTX 3080 FTW3 Ultra Gaming EVGA228 REV 0.110G-P5-3897-KR
dryja123JulienA1How do I know if my card is LHR or not ? RTX 3080 FTW3 Ultra Gaming EVGA228 REV 0.110G-P5-3897-KRYour model number tells you which version of the card you have. You said you have the 10G-P5-3897-KR. If you had the 10G-P5-3897-KL you would have the LHR card. So KR is regular and KL is LHR. This is also stated in the product specs as well.
Elie123I Purchased EVGA 3060 model end in KR and it is LHR with PCI device ID 2504 that cannot be Bypassed and do not support Driver 470.05 not even on sign that it is LHR!!!!
critofurBuying a LHR V2 card when I want an LHR V1 card is harmful to me, as the customer. Withholding information in order to allow the sale of a product to a customer which does not meet their needs is unethical. This would basically be tricking the customer into buying the product which was not the one they intended to purchase.
critofur[Regarding the 3060 12GB LHR v1 vs v2 cards:]When a customer buys something, they are entitled to such information before making the purchase. It would not be fair to blame the customer for returning a product which did not meet their needs, when the seller was unable/unwilling to answer that simple question before the sale due to a simple and easy to provide piece of that information being intentionally withheld by the manufacturer? This is simply unacceptable and unethical behavior. Buying a LHR V2 card when I want an LHR V1 card is harmful to me, as the customer. Withholding information in order to allow the sale of a product to a customer which does not meet their needs is unethical. This would basically be tricking the customer into buying the product which was not the one they intended to purchase.
rottentreatsKR = RegularKL = Limited K stands for something that starts with K.