How to use your Nvidia graphics card to improve the quality of your calls
Given that Nvidia’s newest RTX 30-series graphics cards are pricey and tough to find (as are just about any kind of somewhat capable GPU), this is a good way to extend the utility of older hardware. If you update your graphics card to Nvidia’s 410.18 driver, models down to the GTX 600-series released in 2012 should be able to run the feature once you download it. Here’s a link to the download. This update comes just shy of a year since the feature’s original announcement. It’s also been about a year since some people quickly figured out a rather simple hack to get it working on older cards without Nvidia’s help, despite the company’s initial claims that RTX Voice tapped the AI-focused Tensor cores that are found exclusively in RTX graphics cards. Alas, it’s official now, so go download it if you work or play in a noisy environment that you’d like to make more quiet.
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