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Nvidia officially confirms hash rate limiter for graphics cards shipping from mid-May

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A single line in the patch notes for the latest GeForce driver (via Sweclockers) confirms that the rumoured new cards will land mid-May and feature Nvidia’s hash rate-limiting technology. The same line goes on to link to Nvidia’s blog post from back in February that reaffirms that its GeForce graphics cards are for gamers, not miners.

This driver updates the hash limiter for the GeForce RTX 3060 12GB and is required for product shipped starting mid-May. Refer to the NVIDIA Blog for details: Link.

In case you’ve been avoiding the ongoing nightmare that is the graphics card market, demand for the latest GPUs is frustratingly high rate now, and not just among gamers. A resurgence in cryptocurrency mining alongside ongoing supply problems caused by the pandemic has meant that new graphics cards are sold out mere seconds after launch. 

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