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NVIDIA releases RTX Voice and here is how you can install it on almost all NVIDIA graphics cards

NVIDIA has released a brand new audio voice/microphone denoiser for its GPUs, called RTX Voice. And while NVIDIA has made this exclusive to its latest Turing GPUs, there is a workaround via which you can install it on almost all NVIDIA graphics cards.

All you have to do is download the application, locate and open the RTXVoice.nvi. Then, you’ll simply have to delete the following lines of code. After that, save the file. And that’s it. You will now be able to install, configure and use RTX Voice with all NVIDIA graphics cards.

<property name=”Feature.RTXVoice” level=”silent” text=”${{InstallBlockedMessage}}”/>

We seriously don’t know why NVIDIA has locked this feature. Okay okay, the green team is obviously trying to sell more Turing GPUs. However, RTX Voice appears to be working with well with Pascal GPUs too.

According to reports,  this workaround works on all 10 and 16 series GPUs. On the other hand, there are mixed reports regarding the 900 and 700 series GPUs.

From what we’ve seen so far, RTX Voice does an incredible job at reducing background noise. This feature does introduce a performance hit on modern games, however, it appears to be the best mic denoising solution out there.

John Papadopoulos

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