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RTX 3060 TI Hashrate drops problem

I been in crypto for a few years now, but not into mining and the only mining I have done was in NiceHash for when my PC was not being used, now me and a friend are slowly building a 3060lhr machine and the thing I want to ask about is...my MSI 3060 TI after I put the -lhr 68-69-70 in NBminer gives me around 32MH without me overclocking it, if I start overclocking it and remove the LHR it gives me around 31 MH, but when I both overclock it and put the -lhr command instead of getting around 40MH as it should it goes down slowly to like 14MH, any ideas? This is my exact model https://www.msi.com/Graphics-Card/GeForce-RTX-3060-Ti-GAMING-X-8G-LHR

 

System:

Windows 10, Intel i5 3rd gen, 8GB RAM, 120GB SSD, 650W PSU gold

The overclocks I have done are in Afterburner - PL 75, CC - 420, MC + 1190

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My MSI 3060 Ti LHR only gets 37-38 MH/s at most. I use NiceHash NBMiner with -lhr 68. I haven't watched it for awhile, but it does drop to 35 MH/s sometimes as it tries to tune it. Sometimes it will drop below the normal has rates and peaks to 150W. If you need to adjust the GPU settings with AfterBurner its best to stop mining, because it seems to throw off the NBMiner tuning. The 3060 Ti LHR seems like bad choice compared to 6700 XT which can do 46-47 MH/s around 109W.

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Dropping hashrate could be a sign of an unstable overclock. Try lowering it a bit.

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You may have the memory too high. The 3060 Ti variant I have is the MSI Ventus X3 8GB OC LHR. I only added 550 to the memory and let it run at 7350 MHz, core -500 with power at 72%. When I had the memory set too high the hash rate did fluctuate a lot and the system even crashed/reset. With the update a couple of weeks ago I had set NBMiner to -lhr 69 because that was what I had set it to before. I didn't watch it all the way through but it may have take more than 15 minutes for it to auto tune it down to -68. So that's where I set mine at now and it I seems between at or almost 38 MH/s consistently without the auto tuning. The power reading from NBMiner show it as low as 113W and high as 138W after watching it for 25 minutes. 

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X   Motherboard: ASRock B450M Steel Legend   Case: Deepcool Maxtrexx 70   GPU: Powercolor R9 290   RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x16GB 3200 MHz   PSU: Corsair RM750x

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Im having the same issue on the same card. Carnt even change my power limit to 80% withoit it crashing my hashrate to 15mhs and power draw to 50w.

Did you find a solution?

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