RTX 3060 with 470.05 not hashrate restricted

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  1. DannyD

    DannyD Ancient Guru

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    In Scotland summertime usually lasts one week, we've had two weeks so far so we're lucky this year. however much of our electricity is produced very cleanly.
    Mining profits have gone up a little which is good news for us hobby miners, i'm in for my first 2060s next week, my current mobo has one single pcie
    so i'll just throw card in for a week to test then shelve it for few weeks till i grab parts for new build. Mobo with x8 x8 x4, hoping to get a card running on x4, even it its 1660 super or the like i'll be happy.
    My next gaming card will be FE 30 series God willing, till then i'm gonna start collecting 2060 supers.
     
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    Hello, I am sharing my problem and my solution.
    The problem is that my Rtx 3060 (not lhr) was mining at 25mh. In 4 months that I have this board, only the first month it mined at 45mh, then from one day to the other it went down to 25mh.
    The solution I found (and I tried many) were the following, I don't know which one worked.
    1- Install Windows pro version 19042.867
    2- Disable the updates of Windows Update from Services.msc
    3- In the bios try all the PCIE options, in my case I tried GEN 2 and then AUTO and it worked.
    4- Install the Nvidia 470.05 version from this video (no other version worked for me)
    5- Remove the board and clean the pcie slot on the motherboard.
    6- Replace the power supply cable, this is very unlikely, but if you are desperate as I was sure you will do it hahahaha
    7- Remove the battery from the motherboard and wait.

    This was all I did. What I think worked was the cleaning of the pcie slot and the motherboard battery. Also the operating system, as the hashrate went down when windows was updated one night.

    I hope it worked for someone else, it's been 20min since my hashrate went back up and it hasn't gone down. Be careful with oc and undervolt to me it works +50 and +1100 and it is the most stable I have used.


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    Hola, paso a compartir mi problema y mi solucion.
    El problema es que mi Rtx 3060 (no lhr) minaba a 25mh. En 4 meses que tengo esta placa, solo el primer mes mino a 45mh, luego de un dia al otro bajo a 25mh.
    La solucion que encontre (y probe muchas) fueron las siguientes, no se cual de todas habra funcionado.
    1- Instalar Windows pro version 19042.867
    2- Desactivar las actualizaciones de Windows Update desde Services.msc
    3- En la bios probar todas las opciones de PCIE, en mi caso probe GEN 2 y luego AUTO y asi funciono.
    4- Instale la version de Nvidia 470.05 de este video (ninguna otra me funciono)
    5- Saque la placa y limpie la ranura pcie de la placa madre
    6- Cambie el cable de la fuente de alimentacion, esto es muy poco probable, pero si estan desesperados como yo lo estuve seguro lo haran jajaja
    7- Saque la pila de la placa madre y espere

    Esto fue todo lo que hice. Lo que yo creo que funciono fue la limpieza de la ranura pcie y la pila de la placa madre. Ademas del sistema operativo, ya que el hashrate bajo cuando se actualizo windows una noche.

    Espero que a alguien le haya funcionado, pasaron 20min desde que mi hashrate volvio a subir y no ha bajado. Tengan cuidado con el oc y el undervolt a mi me funciona +50 y +1100 y es lo mas estable que he usado.
     

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    Planning for a 3 gpu rig by years end using 20 series, should i have it in a case or just leave it out in open on a diy bench?
     
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    To answer my own question, diy bench, much better temps.
     
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    DannyD Ancient Guru

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    1080ti 45mh/s 170w (borderline
    2080ti 60mh/s 155-165w (decent)
    3070 60mh/s 120w (beast)
    3090 120mh/s 285w (doable)
    2060 sup 42mh/s 110w (same as 2080super lol)
    1660 sup 31 mh/s 70w (v good
    1660ti 30mh/s 60w (Batman never uses guns
    6600xt 32 mh/s 60w (And New!!
     
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    These things dangerous?

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