Nvidia announces that RTX Voice now supports all RTX/GTX graphics cards
At this time last year, Nvidia announced the launch of a real-time noise reduction program based on artificial intelligence, Nvidia RTX Voice, which relies on the powerful computing power provided by artificial intelligence and graphics cards.
The function of this utility program is real-time noise reduction. When the user communicates with friends or game friends, the program can reduce or eliminate the noise in the environment in real-time.
In this way, friends or game friends can listen to you more clearly. The principle is that Nvidia uses a machine learning model to separate the user’s voice from the background sound.
After the separation, the background sound will be directly discarded and the user’s voice will be transmitted. From user tests, the noise reduction function of this utility is indeed effective.
The main feature of this real-time noise reduction software is to eliminate the background noise of the user’s environment in real-time, such as the recording sound of the keyboard or the running sound of the host fan.
But of course, the software can do more than that, because when the user is talking with someone, the voice input by the other party can also be filtered by the software for background sound.
For example, the other party does not use this software, so the input is noisy voices. When using this software, it can also filter out pure human voices in real-time.
In addition, if the user is not using a headset but an external speaker, the software can also suppress the echo so that the voice sent by the user to others is purer.
Finally, the software will intelligently identify noise and normal sounds. For example, the audio output you are listening to a song or watching a video is no noise and will not be filtered out.
It is worth noting that after the launch of this utility last year, only Nvidia RTX series graphics cards were supported. At that time, it was mainly RTX20 series graphics cards and now there are RTX30 series graphics cards.
According to Nvidia’s explanation, this function needs to rely on powerful graphics card computing power to run machine learning models, so graphics cards with lower performance cannot run this utility.
But in fact, there has long been a way to make low-performance graphics cards use this utility, but Nvidia does not support the old graphics cards at the official level.
So now Nvidia has quietly prepared to provide support for older graphics cards, and the media found that Nvidia has updated this utility to support more types of graphics cards.
The graphics cards currently supported by RTX Voice include the RTX30 series, RTX20 series, QUADRO, and TITAN graphics cards. In fact, all graphics cards are supported. The only restriction is that users must upgrade the Nvidia driver to 410.18 or higher and use Windows 10.