Appears like AMD unintentionally unveiled its future competitor to Nvidia’s RTX Voice engineering yesterday, when it uploaded (and then rapidly created non-public) a trailer showcasing some thing named ‘AMD Sounds Suppression’.
The Nvidia RTX Voice tech (which, confusingly, also works on Nvidia’s GTX variety of GPUs) takes advantage of the AI capabilities of Nvidia GPUs to tune-out track record sounds that would usually bleed into your mic through phone calls and recordings. It will work scarily nicely: when PCG tested it back again in 2020, it was feasible to perform a discussion with somebody even if you held an active vacuum cleaner a few inches from your mic.
AMD’s unique video clip has disappeared, but a short teaser vid is even now obtainable. In it, AMD claims “clever audio enhancement driven by a serious-time deep studying algorithm,” a buzzwordy way of expressing it does what RTX Voice does.
The Redditor who posted the online video in advance of it obtained yanked offline promises it mentioned that AMD Sound Suppression would reside in the ‘Audio and Video’ tab of AMD’s Adrenaline Driver, and “install a new virtual audio system that you can use in your apps”. These would presumably be functionally similar to the virtual mic and speakers that RTX Voice adds to a Computer system, and which can be employed within apps to enable the system’s sound cancellation operation.
Offered AMD’s advertising online video for the tech is all set to go, it likely will never be prolonged until eventually it launches for authentic. So it may possibly be a great time to check out our picks for the best AMD GPUs. Just be mindful with that thermal paste if you get a matching processor.