News Nvidia RTX Voice Officially Works on GTX Graphics Cards

emike09

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This same version (0.5.12.6) has been around since May 2020 without modifications. I've been using it with my GTX 1650 ti (mobile) since then. There isn't a newer version for GTX users.
 

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So, in case you're wondering HOW to use or download RTX voice: RTX voice is now a part of nVidia Broadcast and RTX Voice is actually just the AI-feature named "noise removal".

So, to use RTX Voice, you actually need to download Broadcast. Get it HERE.
 
Is there any meaningly performance loss using it on gtx 10 series cards?
You'll have to test that for yourself. I remember running it on my Turing GPU before Broadcast was a thing, and I saw frame rate dips while using the program simultaneously. And that's not happening with RTX Broadcast.

However, your mileage will vary, i did not test this multiple times nor on multiple systems. So take my results with a grain of salt. I probably had a weird bug that wasn't related to RTX Voice or something.
 

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Is there any meaningly performance loss using it on gtx 10 series cards?
While using RTX Voice in Teams, I notice about 6% GPU utilization on my 1650 ti mobile, which isn't a powerful GPU. About 800Mb of VRAM used by it. Co-workers agree that it sounds great and removed the road noise around my house very well. No performance loss noticed as Teams uses my iGPU for drawing frames.
 
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Runs fine on a GT 1030 paired with a stock Q9650, Kingston A400 SSD and 8GB DDR2 RAM with no performance issues.

My mother is a teacher, and she uses this program in her virtual classes with many noisy children and neighbors, it greatly improves the experience.
 
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Is there any meaningly performance loss using it on gtx 10 series cards?
youtube video:



4 hour call in google meet with a friend, both sharing our desktop and running tasks in the background



Also, i tested valorant at 1080p with RTX voice enabled, high textures, 4xMSAA, everything else low and was playable.
Typically between 80-100 FPS, the strongest drop I noticed was at 71 FPS but it is due to the CPU, a Q9650
 
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