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RTX Voice doesn't require RTX at all

one thing of note did nvidia say this program is far from ready so i guess it could go through some performance tweaking before now and alot of this could be even better.  I am sure they find a way to prevent non RTX to try and install it in some way but at least we have the legacy software to use it.

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On 5/1/2020 at 8:03 PM, Wintyr said:

Supprised there new news on LTT about a video on this scam Nvidia is trying to hawk

You're not using the word "scam" correctly.

 

22 hours ago, Wintyr said:

ahh because you dont need RTX to use both Ray tracing and RTX voice RTX voice like impacts my FPS on my 1660 super by like mabey a frame if that about the same performance lose if i have a a tensure core do it.

That's not what a scam is.

The program does exactly what it says it does. It's not a scam just because you can change some settings and have it run on cards officially not supported by Nvidia.

 

4 hours ago, Wintyr said:

someone mentioned there a plugin for equalizer pro that does this already and possable Discords new krisp thing not sure if there as good but i may have to test it out

Yes, programs like Krisp does a similar thing. But like some tests have shown, RTX Voice performs waay better.

 

 

 

I feel like a lot of people in this thread are just hating on this because they are fanboys and can't stand anything Nvidia does, even when it's good.

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well the scam is if you spend this an extra amount of money on RTX to make i run but no you dont there is no AI using tensor cores to do anything if a card that does not have any of this can do it without.    a dishonest scheme; a fraud. is the meaning of scam.  So yea its a scam and i used it right NVIDIA is being dishonest.  the only thing you need to edit is the command line that prevents you from installing the software.

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On 5/3/2020 at 1:46 AM, Wintyr said:

well the scam is if you spend this an extra amount of money on RTX to make i run but no you dont there is no AI using tensor cores to do anything if a card that does not have any of this can do it without.    a dishonest scheme; a fraud. is the meaning of scam.  So yea its a scam and i used it right NVIDIA is being dishonest.  the only thing you need to edit is the command line that prevents you from installing the software.

It's the first release of a beta program, and they make it super easy to disable the RTX check.

I wouldn't call that a scam or them trying to deceive people. If it's still like this in the general release then I will have an easier time agreeing with you.

 

I think you have the wrong idea about how programs are made. I think you are thinking "wow, Nvidia only had to change one line of code and it would have worked with all cards!". In reality, Nvidia were the ones who made it so that it would work on any card with just one line edit.

If Nvidia were trying to lock this down to RTX cards only, then they could have done so. But they didn't.

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10 hours ago, LAwLz said:

It's the first release of a beta program, and they make it super easy to disable the RTX check.

I wouldn't call that a scam or them trying to deceive people. If it's still like this in the general release then I will have an easier time agreeing with you.

 

I think you have the wrong idea about how programs are made. I think you are thinking "wow, Nvidia only had to change one line of code and it would have worked with all cards!". In reality, Nvidia were the ones who made it so that it would work on any card with just one line edit.

If Nvidia were trying to lock this down to RTX cards only, then they could have done so. But they didn't.

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on a brighter note did not see this posted but for those that did not know you can help teach the so called AI how to filter sounds it has not so far https://broadcast.nvidia.com/feedback?sdk=voice

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So I had installed RTX Voice with this "hack". Does anyone have any benchmarks for this case? Because I have no way to properly test this myself ATM.

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On 5/6/2020 at 4:18 PM, Colonel_Gerdauf said:

So I had installed RTX Voice with this "hack". Does anyone have any benchmarks for this case? Because I have no way to properly test this myself ATM.

What do you mean by benchmarks? If you're looking to test it out try to use the built in voice recorder in windows.

 

If you're after performance impact take a look here 

 

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Is there a way to run RTX voice on a laptop with a Nvidia Mx250?

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On 5/12/2020 at 6:08 PM, dh12043 said:

Is there a way to run RTX voice on a laptop with a Nvidia Mx250?

Best way to find out would be to follow the directions GTX owners follow to get it working. If it really is just needing cuda cores that GPU appears to have some, not sure if the count/speed will work well with RTX voice. But, once you know share your experience. I know RTX voice is running great on my GTX 1660ti in my laptop.

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On 5/6/2020 at 8:48 PM, Colonel_Gerdauf said:

So I had installed RTX Voice with this "hack". Does anyone have any benchmarks for this case? Because I have no way to properly test this myself ATM.

join a discord chat and make some noise, it works quite well. only problem is when you restart you need to re-select the mic else discord keeps saying no input. 

 

 

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Any word on getting this working for AMD cards?

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No chance...

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Hey I just saw this on the latest vid on Floatplane, thanks for sharing my post randomhkkid, I was waiting for it to reach an LTT vid and now my life is complete!.

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On 5/12/2020 at 5:08 PM, dh12043 said:

Is there a way to run RTX voice on a laptop with a Nvidia Mx250?

Laaaate af but I have an MX150 and I've been using it to teach for about a month and it's been great.

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On 5/13/2020 at 12:08 AM, dh12043 said:

Is there a way to run RTX voice on a laptop with a Nvidia Mx250?

Well yes and no, let me explain. I've got an Hp Pavilion with a mx250 (2gb) and installed rtx voice as for the non rtx cards. The app runs, obviously not so well. I've recorded a test with a cherry blue keyboard in the background. It works but with so much inconsistency that my classes grades compared are a nobel prize. After all the trouble to get it to work my pc started to blue screen all over the place and I've found that the cause was the service that rtx voice creates. I needed to download windows "Autoruns" to disable it. At the end if you want to try it out you can, but after that I suggest you to uninstall it, it won't be consistent and in the worst case will cause a blue screen every time you pick up a zoom call. 

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Well yes and no, let me explain. I've got an Hp Pavilion with a mx250 (2gb) and installed rtx voice as for the non rtx cards. The app runs, obviously not so well. I've recorded a test with a cherry blue keyboard in the background. It works but with so much inconsistency that my classes grades compared are a nobel prize. After all the trouble to get it to work my pc started to blue screen all over the place and I've found that the cause was the service that rtx voice creates. I needed to download windows "Autoruns" to disable it. At the end if you want to try it out you can, but after that I suggest you to uninstall it, it won't be consistent and in the worst case will cause a blue screen every time you pick up a zoom call. 

Thanks for the info. I am using a Mx250 4gb on an HP ENVY x360 so I will be skipping this.

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For some reason RTX Voice has stopped working at all for me, there's just nothing on the Microphone output anymore. Need to try to uninstall/reinstall. 

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