A year ago, Nvidia introduced the RTX Voice software tool to filter out noise and other unnecessary background sounds during audio communication sessions. Nvidia said the app uses the tensor cores included in its GeForce RTX and Quadro RTX graphics cards to do this.
However, almost immediately after the release of RTX Voice, enthusiasts released an unofficial patch to make the program work on regular GeForce GTX graphics cards, as well as compatibility with the Windows 7 operating system.
As it turned out, Nvidia quietly made changes to the program and driver. With that, RTX Voice is now officially live on a wide range of “green” graphics cards, starting with the GeForce GTX 600 family on the Kepler architecture. To download RTX Voice and for installation instructions, visit the Nvidia website.
Also, don’t forget that the company is currently promoting a new program called RTX Broadcast. It combines the features of RTX Voice, but also adds virtual backgrounds, auto-framing and other useful “chips” on camera work for streamers. RTX Broadcast will run on GeForce RTX, Quadro RTX and Titan RTX graphics cards.