Nvidia’s RTX Voice feature that eliminates background noise that would otherwise come through your microphone is no longer limited to RTX graphics cards. The latest software update has allowed any GeForce GTX, Quadro or Titan branded Nvidia GPUs from the past to use the feature (via Tom Hardware).
Since Nvidia’s newer RTX 30-series graphics cards are expensive and hard to find (as are any somewhat capable GPUs), this is a good way to extend the usefulness of older hardware. If you upgrade your graphics card to Nvidia’s 410.18 driver, models up to the GTX 600 series released in 2012 should be able to run the feature once you download it. Here is a link to the download.
This update comes just a year after the original announcement of the feature. It’s also been about a year since some people quickly discovered a fairly simple trick to get it to work on older cards without Nvidia’s help, despite initial claims from the company that RTX Voice took advantage of intelligence-focused Tensor cores. found exclusively on RTX graphics cards. . Unfortunately, it is now official, so download it if you work or play in a noisy environment that you would like to make quieter.