It’s not a secret for all of us that AMD Radeon video cards are very popular among cryptocurrency miners, especially for them the Radeon Technologies Group programmers have prepared a new AMD Blockchain Drivers driver package. Which aims to improve farm performance based on AMD Radeon GPUs.
OS Support: Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Supports most current AMD graphics cards, starting with the Radeon HD 7700 line.
The new version of the driver is in beta status. It is also worth noting that it is not intended for graphics or game loads. And provided by the manufacturer “as is.”
In the future, the company is not going to optimize or correct errors. This, in turn, makes it the first and last driver package for mining systems. Regarding specific improvements over conventional Radeon Crimson ReLive driver packages. That, as noted, the new release solves the problem of reducing the efficiency of Ethereum mining.
It seems that the latest video driver from Nvidia version 522.25, just released with support for the new Nvidia RTX 4090 GPUs, also comes with the LHR removed, so there is no longer a need to use a miner that unlocks the full performance of the GPU for mining (if you have an LHR video card that is). One could argue that after Ethereum moved to PoS and can no longer mine, this is reason enough for this move from Nvidia to remove the hash rate limiter on their RTX 30xx series GPUs. We tested the latest video drivers on RTX 3070 Ti GPUs with LHR locking using PhoenixMiner 5.9, which does not yet support any LHR unlocking, and they are mining at 80 MH/s. Other LHR-locked GPUs should also have full speeds without the need for a dedicated unlocking miner, although we have not been able to test and confirm other GPUs at this time.
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