Nvidia’s RTX Voice feature, which removes background noise that would otherwise come through your microphone, debuted solely on expensive RTX graphics cards. My colleague Taylor Lyles wrote back in September 2020 that the company patched RTX Voice software to run on older GeForce GTX, Quadro or Titan branded GPUs way back in September 2020, but I was just reminded of that today from Tom’s Hardware.
Considering that Nvidia’s latest RTX 30 series graphics cards are expensive and hard to find (like almost any capable GPU), this is a great way to extend the utility to older hardware if you do not want to upgrade yet. If your graphics card is running the Nvidia 41
After installing it, check out the tutorial my colleague Jon Porter wrote, which goes through the steps of configuring your audio settings to take advantage of RTX Voice.
Correction: This article was originally written as if this feature coming to non-RTX GPUs was new. Nvidia confirmed to The Verge that it has been available since the end of September 2020, when Nvidia debuted its Broadcast app. We apologize for the inconvenience.