NVIDIA RTX Voice now compatible with multiple graphics cards

NVIDIA RTX Voice now compatible with multiple graphics cards

Quite unexpectedly, NVIDIA has updated its RTX Voice application by adding support for all GeForce GTX graphics cards found in 410.18 or higher drivers. This means that RTX Voice now works with all GPUs from the GTX 600 series up to the very recent RTX 30.

Recall that the Californian company released RTX Voice about a year ago as a new exclusive feature of the RTX 20 series for the purpose to improve audio communication by reducing unwanted background noise in a smart way using artificial intelligence. NVIDIA had claimed that the software used the integrated Tensor cores to accomplish this function and, for this very reason, it was only implementable on RTX graphics cards.

Ironically, soon after the application spread, a simple leaked hack that allowed you to run RTX Voice on Windows 7 and most importantly, non-RTX GPUs. So it's not all that surprising that NVIDIA ultimately decided to expand RTX Voice compatibility to GTX graphics cards. However, the RTX nomenclature becomes very misleading with this latest change.

If you are interested, you can download the application directly at this address. However, if you have an RTX 20 or RTX 30 series graphics card, we recommend that you download the most complete RTX Broadcast suite, which includes, in addition to RTX Voice, also a webcam function that allows you to set virtual backgrounds while streaming. or video chat. Additionally, it makes much more sense that NVIDIA will continue to update RTX Broadcast more over time than the stand alone RTX Voice application.

NVIDIA also recently released a new version of its GeForce Game Ready drivers (465.89WHQL), in which it introduced Resizable Bar feature support on all RTX 30 series GPUs. For more details on this, see we recommend that you consult our dedicated news.

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