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Chinese increased production of mining GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3070 on mobile GPUs - NVIDIA not noticing anything

Chinese increased production of mining GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3070 on mobile GPUs - NVIDIA not noticing anything

Enterprising Chinese OEMs have established mass production of GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3070 graphics gas pedals based on GPUs from mobile versions of these graphics cards.
As it turned out, this is the easiest way to bypass the Lite Hash Rate protection, which is equipped with desktop versions of these GPUs.
In other words, such solutions are aimed precisely at miners, not at ordinary gamers.Image source: TaobaoA similar practice has been previously reported, but now, according to VideoCardz, it has gained a much larger scale.On the one hand, it is not quite clear why OEM manufacturers decided to release such graphics cards in general, especially now that LHR-protection on desktop versions of gas pedals has been completely disabled by special applications for mining.
Perhaps, graphics chips for mobile versions of video cards turned out to be much easier to get.
Such \"Frankenstein monsters\", writes VideoCardz, have been built for months, right under NVIDIA's nose.
But NVIDIA either doesn't know about it or doesn't want to.
In the end, gamers will suffer again, because there will be fewer gaming laptops equipped with GeForce RTX 30-series graphics gas pedals.
Consequently, the price of the available ones might go up.
Offers of GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3070 based on mobile GPUs have already flooded the online shopping site Taobao.
All sellers of such graphics cards advertise them as a mining, offering them as a separate product, or immediately as part of a ready-made mining farm.
For the same \"mobile desktop\" GeForce RTX 3070 performance is claimed to be 60-65 Mhash/s.

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