@khm They announced they're starting to intentionally limit the blockchain hashing rate of GTX 3060 GPU. I think they are trying to get the GPUs in the hands of regular consumers, instead of them being bought up by crypto people. And they're trying to divert the crypto people to these new dedicated (overpriced) crypto models. I guess it's to save their reputation from being sunk with their most reliable demographic (gamers.)


@cancel @khm

I would say your guess is overly generous. They just want to maximize profit. Miners have more money to burn, so it's just a matter of math to decide how expensive they should make mining cards.

Nvidia makes really nice & powerful hardware, but they have *never* shown interest in "doing the right thing" or putting their users first.

Great to see AMD finally approaching Nvidia's performance, with better and more open drivers.

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@qwxlea @khm

Ah yes, AMD. The champion of sensibility and the everyman. They "do the right thing", putting their users first, and

@cancel @khm

Haha no. I really hope my life will never depend on AMD, but they are slightly less evil. And have better drivers.

Computers are basically terrible. Too bad I really like them....

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