Rumors say that Nvidia is planning to release new reviews of the existing GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards. These GPUs will be equipped with a file Hash selector, Which should limit cryptocurrency mining performance.
Sources of Video Cards Claim New reviews of the existing RTX 30 graphics cards will be delivered in May. The old card will not recognize the new video cards Best seller Which bypasses the RTX 3060’s current hash limiter, preventing encoders from using this driver to mine with the full GPU hash rate.
Rumors have been circulating for some time about RTX 30 reviews using the hash locator. Twitter user kopite7kimi For example, claims that Nvidia may be working on such reviews for all current RTX 30 video cards. This leak is usually well informed and published, for example, the correct specification of the current RTX 30 range prior to release. For example, Nvidia could come with GA104 GPU reviews from the RTX 3070, the GA102 chip from the RTX 3080, and RTX 3090, all of which don’t currently have a hash selector.
I mentioned on Thursday HKEPC Although, Nvidia will introduce a new type of RTX 3060 released in February. This video card was already on release Hash selector, But Nvidia was accidentally launched after its launch Beta driver Who disables these restrictions. HKEPC also claims that the new RTX 3060 revision was not recognized by outdated drivers, so a driver that disables hash selector cannot be used as well. HKEPC also claims that the video cards will be delivered with a new GPU review in May.
Nvidia was also going to introduce a new variant of the RTX 3080 Ti video card that has not yet been announced to GPU manufacturers, he writes. Igor Lab Based on Proprietary Sources, which also shares how to provide new reviews with a hash selector. The RTX 3080 Ti will now be ready for mass production. the first Package The RTX 3080 Ti samples will work with the 470.05 Beta Engine, which bypasses mining limitations. This is not the case with the new revisions.
According to Igor Lab sources, it is theoretically possible to put old firmware on new revisions and vice versa, although Nvidia had found a way to counter that. Since the two reviewers have different hardware IDs, flashing a different firmware might cause a black screen, rendering the video card effectively unusable. Hardware IDs will remain the same, so future drivers will continue to run on all different GPU revisions.