Most of the new NVIDIA RTX GPUs will be limited
GPU shortcomings are prices go up has been the result of the growth of cryptomining. Undoubtedly, this is bad news for gamers who make up the bulk of the customer base in the industry. To address some of the challenges, NVIDIA has set up GPUs dedicated to mining professionals and reduced the size of its RTX 3060 cards. Now, it is expanding the brand’s reach to several GeForce chips to free up its production of gamers.
The company has announced that it will use the Ethereum hash reduction for newly launched GeForce Products, RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 Ti drawing cards. You can see the cards, which start shipping at the end of May, with a new label “Lite Hash Rate” or “LHR” on the sales list and on the actual box. NVIDIA says the change will not affect previously purchased GPUs.
“We hope that this additional component will get more GeForce cards at better prices in the hands of gamers everywhere,” the company said in a post.
NVIDIA’s experiments on the problems have not been very successful. Earlier this year, it skipped the RTX 3060 color limit card by releasing a control system that stripped the caps off, unprepared. (Those who would like to be mine can stick to a driver who didn’t put it wrong, either.)
A company that wants to target directly the crypto mining crowd is likely to succeed. It launched four Cryptocurrency Mining Processors (CMPs) in February, including 30HX, 40HX, 50HX, and 90HX, starting at $ 599.
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