NVIDIA Launches RTX Voice Beta: Use Your GPU’s AI Capabilities to Remove Background Noise

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If you’re an RTX GPU owner who’s looking for a noise cancellation feature for streaming and whatnot, NVIDIA might have the perfect solution. The company has launched its beta for RTX Voice, a plugin that leverages RTX GPUs and their AI capabilities to reduce background noise from broadcasts, voice chats, remote video conferencing meetings, and so on.

“This allows users to ‘go live’ or join a meeting without having to worry about unwanted sounds like loud keyboard typing or other ambient noise in noisy environments,” NVIDIA explains. “RTX Voice also suppresses background noise from players in loud environments, making incoming audio easier to understand.”

After downloading and installing the app, users can set up RTX Voice by selecting the appropriate input (i.e., microphone) and output devices (i.e., speakers) and checking the background removal option. A slider is available for controlling the intensity of the noise suppression.


To use RTX Voice, you must be using an NVIDIA GeForce or Quadro RTX graphics card, update to Driver 410.18 or newer, and be on Windows 10.

Supported Apps

  • OBS Studio
  • XSplit Broadcaster
  • XSplit Gamecaster
  • Twitch Studio
  • Discord
  • Google Chrome
  • WebEx*
  • Skype*
  • Zoom*
  • Slack*

*RTX Voice speaker output may exhibit issues in these apps.

Tsing Mui
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