Nvidia will make a major change to the RTX 3060 to make it less attractive for mining

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Finding an RTX graphics card has been a nightmare in recent months. Whenever there are new units of the 30 series, it seems that they sell out in a matter of seconds due to the interest of gamers, hoarders and cryptocurrency enthusiasts. To reassure the situation, Nvidia will make adjustments to make the RTX 3060 less attractive to the latter.

In a blog post, Nvidia explained that they will take an important step to ensure that the RTX 3060 cards’ get into the hands of gamers. What they will do is launch a driver for the RTX 3060 that will reduce its hash rate; that is, the amount of computational operations you can perform in mining.

The point of the above is that once the RTX 3060 is available on the market, it is not an attractive product for crypto enthusiasts. This will lower the demand for this product and it should be easier to keep stocks. Sadly, we don’t think this is going to stop the hoarders.

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Now, Nvidia does not intend to completely alienate the crypto enthusiast market. What happens is that NVIDIA CMP will launch, a line of processors for cryptocurrency mining, which will have the best performance and efficiency for this task.

The cryptocurrency fever

In case you have not been pending, we tell you that in recent months the fever for cryptocurrencies has been enormous. This is thanks to the fact that cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum have reached historical peaks in their value.

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This has caused people to buy a lot of graphics cards to mine alternative cryptocurrencies and thus make money. As we have told you, it is a risky bet, but it can turn out to be very lucrative.

And you, what do you think about it? Do you think Nvidia’s measurement is correct? Tell us in the comments.

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