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[TPU] NVIDIA RTX Voice Modded to Work on Non-RTX GeForce GPUs

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Our first instinct was to point out that the "Volta" based TITAN V features tensor cores, and has hardware AI capabilities, until we found dozens of users across Guru3D forums, Reddit, and Twitter claiming that the mod gets RTX Voice to work on their GTX 16-series, "Pascal," "Maxwell," and even older "Fermi" hardware. So in all likelihood, RTX Voice uses a CUDA-based GPGPU codepath, rather than something fancy leveraging tensor cores. Find instructions on how to mod the RTX Voice installer in the Guru3D Forums thread here.
https://www.techpowerup.com/266112/n...x-geforce-gpus

Guru3D thread: https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/nv...es-how.431781/

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Has anyone done performance comparisons? Technically, Pascal can do raytracing, but that doesn't mean it should.

So, unless someone shows there's negligible performance difference for Voice between running on tensor cores and on CUDA, nVidia could have an actual point.

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Has anyone done performance comparisons? Technically, Pascal can do raytracing, but that doesn't mean it should.

So, unless someone shows there's negligible performance difference for Voice between running on tensor cores and on CUDA, nVidia could have an actual point.
hmm, how does one test the functionality of an i/o program?

total hit on system performance, and if those on the receiving end perceive any issues I guess.

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I am trying this right now.

These are usually useless with a decent mic and discords noise reduction.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
Has anyone done performance comparisons? Technically, Pascal can do raytracing, but that doesn't mean it should.

So, unless someone shows there's negligible performance difference for Voice between running on tensor cores and on CUDA, nVidia could have an actual point.
https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/posts/4249447

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For your convenience. RTX Voice might save you about 1-2% performance on your RTX GPU compared to pre Turing

Insignificant load on GTX 1080. 3% load on base clock frequency

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nVidia "needs" Tensor cores to do what Creative have been doing for over a decade?

Sad.

Can't wait to find out what the AI decides needs clearing up and what controls nVidia will give you, because that's going to be the thing. Will it filter out you smacking your desk? What if it was done for effect and you don't want it to? Will it filter out dog barking that is sudden with no chance to adapt? Will it be capable of filtering out the previously mentioned sounds while you are speaking?

The best solution remains to actually have a good audio setup and a properly sound deadened room. I would rather sound bad and have someone ask me to repeat what I said than have an AI guess in more extreme situations.

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hmm, how does one test the functionality of an i/o program?

total hit on system performance, and if those on the receiving end perceive any issues I guess.
There won't be a performance hit on a job this easy, even high end audio is barely measured in mbits.

There will be a noticeable latency hit that you can replicate by "listening" to the audio device; more echo from yourself speaking, the worse the latency is, and you can consider any artifacting and so forth to be errors as well.

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Quote: Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post
nVidia "needs" Tensor cores to do what Creative have been doing for over a decade?

Sad.

Can't wait to find out what the AI decides needs clearing up and what controls nVidia will give you, because that's going to be the thing. Will it filter out you smacking your desk? What if it was done for effect and you don't want it to? Will it filter out dog barking that is sudden with no chance to adapt? Will it be capable of filtering out the previously mentioned sounds while you are speaking?

The best solution remains to actually have a good audio setup and a properly sound deadened room. I would rather sound bad and have someone ask me to repeat what I said than have an AI guess in more extreme situations.



There won't be a performance hit on a job this easy, even high end audio is barely measured in mbits.

There will be a noticeable latency hit that you can replicate by "listening" to the audio device; more echo from yourself speaking, the worse the latency is, and you can consider any artifacting and so forth to be errors as well.
How can we be 1337 gamers unless nVida give us these amazing features? I for one thank nVidia for giving us this amazing and revolutionary never seen before feature, it's absolutely as incredible and useful as PhysX!

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I've tested RTX Voice - during streaming - and it is AMAZING.

ALL the background noise is gone. My voice sounds super sexy (according to my viewers lel) and crisp.

I have it set at 90% Noise Suppression and route the mic audio through "RTX Voice" and it does the rest. These RTX Titans are just awesome.
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