- Tram Ho
Last month, Nvidia announced it would integrate a hash rate limiting feature of Ethereum mining on the newly launched RTX 3060 graphics card. This is good news for users, because miners will find it difficult to use the RTX 3060 for mining, and supply will not be short of supply for those who really need this graphics card.
However, in an unexpected move, just a few days ago, Nvidia himself cracked this mining restriction feature, making the ability to use the RTX 3060 to mine Ethereum reach 100% capacity. .
Today, Nvidia confirmed that this was a big mistake. “A developer driver inadvertently integrated code used in internal development, which can be used to remove the hash rate limit on the RTX 3060,” said an Nvidia spokesperson: “This driver has now been removed”.
Nvidia removed this driver, but it was too late, as miners had the keys to unlock the RTX 3060’s buffalo power. The latest version of Nvidia’s latest 470.05 beta driver could automatically open. limits the performance of most RTX 3060 graphics cards, to cater for Ethereum mining. Miners can now find and download copies of this driver on the internet, and Nvidia has no way to prevent that.
Previously, Nvidia was very confident with the limited mining feature on the RTX 3060. Even, Nvidia believed that there was no way to crack this feature. Nvidia’s head of communications, Bryan Del Rizzo, stated, “It’s not just a special driver. There is a solid security between the driver, the RTX 3060 chip and the BIOS to ensure that this feature cannot be cracked.
Now everything is completely different. What a false one a mile!
Source : Genk