Does NVIDIA Broadcast work with GTX?
While the Broadcast App requires a “GeForce RTX 2060, Quadro RTX 3000, TITAN RTX or higher,” GTX-level users can still download and use the old (and now amusingly misnamed) RTX Voice app from a link in the old Setup Guide.
Does RTX broadcast work in GTX cards?
In a strange twist of fate, Nvidia quietly patched its RTX Voice app at an unknown time to support all GeForce GTX graphics cards supported under Nvidia’s 410.18 driver or newer. This means RTX Voice works with all products from the best graphics cards in the RTX 30-series down to the GTX 600-series.
Does GTX 1660 Super support NVIDIA Broadcast?
BROADCAST GeForce GTX® 1660 SUPER™ features a dedicated hardware encoder that unlocks the ability to game and stream simultaneously with superior quality. SUPER graphics cards are optimized for your favorite streaming apps to provide maximum performance for your live stream.
What GPU do you need for NVIDIA Broadcast?
Nvidia Broadcast, unlike RTX Voice, only works on RTX GPUs, and you’ll need an RTX 2060 and above, or a Quadro RTX 3000 and above or a Titan RTX. The recommended CPU is either an 8th Gen Intel Core i5 or AMD Ryzen 5 2600, but since the GPU does most of the work you might be ok on an older CPU.
How do I use Nvidia RTX voice on GTX GPU?
How do I install RTX voice on any GTX graphics card?
Download the installer for RTX Voice (opens in new tab). Run the installer. Hit Agree and continue to start the installation. You’ll see a message saying “NVIDIA Installer has finished.” Close the installer.