NVIDIA RTX Voice Can Work On Non-RTX GPUs

The new Nvidia RTX Voice, which can be used with RTX 20 and Quadro RTX series, can also be operated with different graphics cards.

NVIDIA RTX Voice Can Work on Non-RTX GPUs
NVIDIA RTX Voice Can Work on Non-RTX GPUs

NVIDIA RTX Voice Can Work on Non-RTX GPUs

NVIDIA recently introduced RTX Voice software, which uses artificial intelligence to prevent background noise in communication applications. A GPU of the GeForce RTX or Quadro RTX series was required to use this software. However, a Guru3D forum user has discovered a workaround to make the feature work on non-RTX graphics cards even on Windows 7.

The simple workaround starts with running the installer until you get an error message that says the application is not supported on your graphics card. Even if the installation does not take place, a temporary folder named “NVRTXVoice” is created on your C drive (C: \ temp \ NVRTXVoice).

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

Then you need to open RTXVoice.nvi with a text editor with administrator privileges. The file is located in the NvAFX folder (C: \ temp \ NVRTXVoice \ NvAFX \ RTXVoice.nvi). After the file is opened,simplydelete the ”constraints” section.

After removing the entire “Constraints” section, save the file and run the setup.exe application. RTX Voice will be installed without any glitch. So far it has been running smoothly over GTX 1080 and Titan V. However, multiple users say the workaround also works on GeForce GTX 10 and 16 series graphics cards. Unfortunately, the GeForce 900 series gives more mixed results.

RTX Voice uses artificial intelligence to perform the noise canceling task and is largely dependent on the Tensor cores that are unique to the Turing-based GeForce RTX 20 series graphics card. The latest discovery raises the question of whether RTX Voice really requires a Tensor core.

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