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NVIDIA RTX Voice now works with…GTX

NVIDIA RTX Voice now works with…GTX

It’s a small discovery whose paternity is due to Tom’s Hardware, the RTX Voice feature now works with GeForce GTX graphics cards (it’s the first surprise) as well as older cards of the NVIDIA GTX 600 series based on Kepler!

Support for GTX models is effective with 410.18 drivers. NVIDIA’s Manuel Guzman confirmed that RTX Voice was introduced in the GTX series months ago when a new software called RTX Broadcast was released.

RTX Voice is a particularly effective technology that Nvidia has been promoting, referring to the use of a special AI algorithm to reduce background noise and thus improve the audio quality of the voice. It was originally an exclusive feature for its RTX GPUs, due to its AI processing capabilities…

Obviously, NVIDIA claimed that RTX Voice was powerful because it used Tensor cores, (specific to RTX) but it was soon discovered that the technology worked with non-RTX GPUs as well as on Windows 7.

Since then, NVIDIA has launched its RTX Broadcast software, considered as the successor of RTX Voice. It is probably possible that NVIDIA will no longer want to update its RTX Voice application in favor of its RTX Broadcast software suite. So we’ll have to keep an eye on whether this support for non-RTX cards will continue…

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