Coins can be mined in Ethereum via GeForce RTX 3060
Coins can be mined in Ethereum via GeForce RTX 3060

Last month, Nvidia implemented a special system to reduce hash for Ethereum mining with its new GeForce RTX 3060 series of graphics cards.

Originally, the system reduced mining performance by about 50%. There are now many reports claiming that crypto companies have bypassed security measures.

The Japanese PC Watch website showed for the first time that it can bypass Nvidia protection without changing the driver or BIOS.

ComputerBase of Germany has since confirmed the PC Watch report, which found that the latest Nvidia 470.05 test driver will automatically bring performance improvements for most owners of GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards.

Andreas Schilling, Hardwareluxx Editor-in-Chief, also supports these findings.

The beta driver appears to be able to unleash the power of Ethereum's mining on multiple GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards, which Nvidia might not expect for its testing program.

The 470.05 driver is designed for developers to test WSL performance and new features such as OpenCL 3.0 support.

Nvidia initially limited the mining performance of the GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards to keep cryptocurrency miners away from these cards.

Nvidia introduces a new CMP cryptocurrency mining guide for Ethereum miners.

A beta beta that bypasses Ethereum's mining restrictions will definitely make these cards more attractive to cryptocurrency miners.

Nvidia is convinced of its software limitations when it comes to the mining performance of GeForce RTX 3060 graphics cards.

"He's not just a pilot," said Brian Del Rizzo, Nvidia's director of communications, last month.

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