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Gamer wants to know how to bypass LHR on Nvidia GPUS

Hey guys,

I bought a 3060ti for gaming but to help offset the jacked price, I am wanting to mine crypto on it. Is there any way to disable the lhr on the 3060ti or will I just be locked at 20mh/h?

 

Thanks

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then you dont exactly count as a gamer

 

There are LHR bypassing methods that work by mining two or more coins at once

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First of all, if you're getting 20mh/s as the highest value, you're probably not setting it up the right way (I assume it's stock settings)

 

Ideally you should get 30, but since it's your main display driver and I assume you can't crank VRAM as high, you'll probably land around 25

 

To tune your GPU, ideally the core clock is -502 and the memory clock is cranked up to around +900-1300, based on my experience with 3060ti and 3070, though if you're gaming on it and is lazy to change setting all the time, you can lower the VRAM clock to around +700-900 and core clock is at 0 or slight OC, depending on your liking, or whatever is stable for you, I find that to be the range that it's stable in game

Then, adjust the power limit until you see the hashrate drops, for 3060ti it should be around 110-125W, mostly 120W (around 50-60% power limit, depending on model)

 

That's how you'd tune your GPU to mine efficiently and effectively

 

Now, as to how to bypass the limiter, what client are you using, nicehash? Or?

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Normal hashrate for 3060 Ti LHR right now is 44-45. I know, I have 6 of them.

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8 minutes ago, MS1993 said:

Normal hashrate for 3060 Ti LHR right now is 44-45. I know, I have 6 of them.

Hash rate could be less depending what you are mining. On my MSI 3060 Ti (Hynix memory) NBMiner only gets around 38 Mh/s and can only push the memory +550 to around 7350 MHz for 24/7 stability. I've reading other forums that MSI and Asus 3060 Ti LHR with the Hynix memory do not perform as good even when not mining ethereum.

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