GeForce RTX 30: Nvidia takes cover against miners

Nvidia officially announced, next batches of RTX 3060 Ti, 3070 and 3080 GPUs will have hash rate with reduced capacity

The Californian giant Nvidia will present new models of GeForce RTX 30 with limited hash rate, a move aimed at holding back cryptocurrency miners. We learn the news from an official post published on the green team blog, reporting how these models are “anti-miner“Because of theirs sigla LHR (Lite Hash Rate) which we will see on the GPUs that will arrive at the end of June.

Nvidia’s move seeks to resolve, as far as it can, the availability crisis that has been hitting the market for some time now. An industry that has been affected by malpractice by scalpers.

GeForce RTX 30: Nvidia takes cover against miners

GeForce RTX 30: Nvidia takes cover against miners

On the site we can read the following words;

We believe that by doing so we will be able to have more GeForce cards at better prices in the hands of players anywhere in the world

We’ll see if this actually improves the availability situation. Nvidia is keen to clarify that their new architecture has been appreciated in various professional sectors, especially for the innovations related to Ray Tracing and DLSS and that it has certainly favored the work in different areas, and how, AI and Tensor Core algorithms we have favored in fact various fields among these consequently also that inherent to mining.

However, it also points out that its RTX 3000 GPUs were primarily designed for gamers and content creators, for this very reason they want to give priority to this sector. The new GPUs will therefore belong to a new family of video cards called RTX 3000 LHR. The new range of RTX 3000 LHR GPUs will include the following models; RTX 3060, RTX 3060 Ti, RTX 3070 e RTX 3080, which will be available from the end of May. If you want to continue to know the latest news from the hardware world, keep following us. Greetings from TechGameWorld.com.

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