In the past few hours, PC Watch has found new confirmations that the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 mining limiter has been bypassed.

According to a recent report, it seems that Chinese hackers have managed to breach and circumvent the limiter set by NVIDIA for its NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card . As confirmed by the Japanese site PC Watch , just after the false rumors circulated on the net during the last week confirmations would have been collected on the existence of a mechanism that would allow the GPU in question to express itself to the maximum even with the Daggerhashimoto algorithms or similar Ethash as Ethereum .

Apparently, the cryptocurrency mining bypass in this case offers a whopping 50 MH per second . According to the PC Watch website, no changes to the card’s driver or BIOS are required, and the process is actually very simple, so at least we’re not talking about a hack or a mod for now. Perhaps this is a change in the mining software , however the source has not provided further information on this – they probably avoided going into too much detail for good reason. But knowing the tech industry and the speed with which things circulate on the internet, the whole procedure could end up on various crypto forums and blogs as early as the next few days.

To give more confirmation to users, an image of the mining of the Ethereum cryptocurrency was also published using the Daggerhashimoto (T-REX) algorithm and offering a total, as mentioned above, of around 50 MH / s. A single GPU was used which had an average power consumption of 110 Watts with fans set to 70% and temperatures averaging around 33 degrees . The ETH Cryptomining algorithm was left running for 8 minutes, with previous rumors seeing him in action for only 5 minutes. Graphics cards like the unreleased NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 should also have a limit, but if modders can bypass the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, it’s sad to say that the limit will likely be bypassed on the long-awaited RTX 3080 Ti as well. In this regard, did you know that recently a rumor would have brought forward the possible release date of these latest graphics cards ?

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