Appears to be like AMD unintentionally exposed its future competitor to Nvidia’s RTX Voice technologies yesterday, when it uploaded (and then immediately produced personal) a trailer showcasing something termed ‘AMD Noise Suppression’.
The Nvidia RTX Voice tech (which, confusingly, also is effective on Nvidia’s GTX array of GPUs) utilizes the AI abilities of Nvidia GPUs to tune-out track record sound that would usually bleed into your mic during phone calls and recordings. It performs scarily properly: when PCG examined it back in 2020, it was attainable to carry out a conversation with somebody even if you held an lively vacuum cleaner a handful of inches from your mic.
AMD’s unique movie has disappeared, but a quick teaser vid is even now available. In it, AMD promises “clever audio enhancement run by a actual-time deep understanding algorithm,” a buzzwordy way of indicating it does what RTX Voice does.
The Redditor who posted the video clip just before it got yanked offline statements it stated that AMD Sound Suppression would dwell in the ‘Audio and Video’ tab of AMD’s Adrenaline Driver, and “install a new digital audio product that you can use in your purposes”. These would presumably be functionally identical to the virtual mic and speakers that RTX Voice adds to a Pc, and which can be applied inside apps to permit the system’s sounds cancellation performance.
Provided AMD’s promoting movie for the tech is ready to go, it likely will never be very long until it launches for real. So it may possibly be a very good time to test out our picks for the ideal AMD GPUs. Just be very careful with that thermal paste if you get a matching processor.