Nvidia’s RTX Voice feature, which eliminates background noise coming from your microphone, is only launched on expensive RTX graphics cards, my colleague Taylor Lyles wrote back in September 2020 that the company has installed the software. RTX Voice to run on older GeForce GTX, Quadro or Titan branded GPUs in September 2020, but I just got a reminder today from Tom’s hardware.
As Nvidia’s newest RTX 30 series graphics cards are expensive and scarce. (As with some capable GPUs), this is a good way to extend the utility of older hardware if you don’t want to upgrade yet. Than GTX 600-series released in 2012 should be able to run this feature when you download it. Here is the download link.
Once you’ve installed it, check out the Help Guide written by my colleague Jon Porter, which walks you through the steps to configure your voice settings to take advantage of RTX Voice.
Correction: This article was originally written as if the feature is coming to the non-RTX GPU is new, Nvidia confirmed to The Verge that it will be available from the end of September 2020, when Nvidia launches the Broadcast appWe regret the mistake.