Nvidia’s RTX Voice now Works on GTX Graphics Cards
Nvidia has quietly updated its RTX Voice app and now the app officially works with GTX graphics cards. If your system has a GTX series graphics card, you also need to update to Driver 410.18 or newer and should be running Windows 10.
RTX Voice app was launched a year ago. The app improves audio communication by using AI to reduce unwanted background noise. The company claims that the app uses Tensor cores built into GPUs. Good thing is that the RTX voice app supports most of the popular streaming and web conferencing software. So, you can professionals can also use it for noise-free meetings and gamers can use it for a few streaming.
A few days after the app was released, it was hacked to work on Windows 7 and with all non-RTX GPUs. So it isn’t a surprise that Nvidia has officially added support for GTX series graphics cards.
If you are thinking to try RTX Voice app, visit this page for more information.
I have used RTX Voice app on my system with RTX 2060 graphics card. It works really well. Although it affects game’s fps a but using RTX voice app is worth it.