NVIDIA Adds RTX Voice Support for its GTX GPU Series

Nvidia GTX RTX Voice

NVIDIA has finally added RTX Voice to its GTX series graphics cards as well. NVIDIA silently patched its RTX Voice app at an unknown time to support all GeForce GTX graphics cards supported under Nvidia’s 410.18 driver or newer. Now, the RTX voice will work with an NVIDIA graphics card all the way from the RTX 3000 series down to the GTX 600 series.

RTX Voice was first released by NVIDIA a year ago and it was a new spin-off feature for RTX 2000 series GPUs to improve audio communication by reducing unwanted background noise intelligently using AI. NVIDIA claimed that the feature uses the Tensor to remove the background noise.

However, the week that the feature was released, a simple bypass was revealed which allowed people to run RTX Voice on Windows 7 and, best of all, non-RTX GPUs. So, it is not too surprising that Nvidia eventually patched RTX Voice itself to support GTX graphics cards. However, the RTX naming seems pointless now with the new change.

However, for the RTX cards, NVIDIA has introduced an exclusive successor to the RTX Voice called the RTX Broadcast. It includes RTX Voice and a webcam feature that allows you to set up virtual backgrounds when streaming or video chatting. Plus, it’s doubtful that RTX Voice will receive ongoing updates, unlike RTX Broadcast.

The all-new NVIDIA Broadcast app takes your livestreams to the next level with powerful AI capabilities to improve audio and video quality with effects like virtual background, webcam auto frame and microphone noise removal. GeForce RTX 3000 Series GPUs deliver the performance and image quality necessary to give your audience your best—every time.

Experience instant creative control at your fingertips. Background Removal, Replacement and Blur (beta) allow you to customize your background without the need for expensive equipment or complex lighting setups. Personalize your webcam feed using powerful AI greenscreen effects perfect for work and play, wherever you are.

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