Discussion in 'General Software and Applications' started by David Lake, Apr 22, 2020.
It uses a windows driver, I don't see any way it could be used on linux directly.
I`m having a problem:
The program recognizes my mic, but there`s an error
You have an AMD GPU?
I'm running this on my 750ti without any hitch what so ever!
Opened TeamSpeak and did a compare of my mic with and mic without and whilst someone might perceive a tiny drop in audio quality. If i bang my desk, type, clap or anything whilst talking you hear a little blip sometimes but that's it.
I'm seriously impressed it works, and seriously disappointed in NVidia for locking it down.
No reason why they shouldn't have just included a toggle with a disclaimer, maybe added a charge for older cards if they're that worried about profitability.
Would have chucked $3/mo their way for this software no problemo considering I pay $3.33/mo for Krisp which has worse audio filtreation and makes me sound a bit like a robot now and again.
Alredy done but still the same error xD
installs fine and runs with 400MB or so memory usage on a gtx 780
but when enabling background suppression it goes silent, for speakers and mic.
If it doesn't work with an input device try using it with an output device and play some music and see if that works.
Edit: Actually having said that I cant get the output to work with my Titan V, check your volume level on the RTX Voice device.
Did you try the package hacktrix2006 made in post #3?
I've been having the same problem. Were you able to fix it?
I have the same problem as Morosca, but, Yes I have an AMD GPU.
It doesn't run on AMD gpus. It uses CUDA.
yeah. installed fine first time. after reboot i got the error... no way to fix it... bye bye rtx audio
The driver takes a while to start it should work if you start it after a few minutes, I updated the OP.
Test on GTX950M, about 10% cpu usage.
Can confirm, works on Quadro P1000 in my workstation. About 3-5% GPU load.
Hi I am getting this error when I try to load it, any way to fix it???
The DLSS 1.9 used compute unit not Tensor cores. It could potencially run on all cards
no it didn't.
You can find everywhere in the web it's a confirmed fact that it doesn't uses Tensor cores, just read the 1.9 part here for example:
Surely it doesnt have the same performance but everything the tensor cores does can be done on normal compute shaders, in the case of DLSS a bit slower.
engnews24h.com ?!! what is the reputation of this random blog + nothing in this article talked about non tensor core dlss
a random comment without any source of information !! is that you source about dlss on non tensor core gpu ?