The mining software seems to have cracked Nvidia’s Lite Hash Rate algorithm

The team behind the mining software NBMiner claim Partially cracked Nvidia’s anti-mining restrictions.

Come back in June Nvidia implemented an algorithm called Lite Hash Rate or LHR on all graphics cards of its RTX 30 series in an attempt to curb crypto mining. This limiter is suitable for BIOS and driver level detection and mining algorithms, and greatly reduces its mining power by 50% of its original power.

At the time, the company claimed that miners were disrupting its supply chain and therefore increased the price of graphics cards due to insufficient supply. Nvidia prioritizes its gaming user base and stated: “…this additional step will send more GeForce cards to gamers around the world at a better price.”

According to reports, the latest version of NBMiner can bypass these restrictions and increase the mining capacity of these graphics cards by as much as 70%. The update is available on both Windows and Linux terminals and supports backup mining pool configuration. Although the software can be downloaded for free, miners need to pay the team a development fee of 1% to 3% of their mining revenue.

The NB team has been developing ways to improve the performance of the graphics card for many years and promises to make further improvements in the future.Once Ethereum 2.0 comes out, it may not matter greatly awaited The proof-of-stake algorithm came into effect.