The drivers for AMD’s rDNA 2-based graphics cards will now come with Noise Suppression support. However, this doesn’t mean that older Radeon GPUs can’t get this feature too; they will just have to use unofficial drivers for this purpose.
The Noise Suppression technology makes use of an AI algorithm which helps reduce the background noise. This helps to make input and output audio signals clearer and crisp with other external excess sounds and distortion caused by them. The NVIDIA RTX Voice is pretty much the same thing which has been introduced on a good amount of new as well as old hardware, even including the GTX 600 series. NVIDIA is also making use of similar technology for their NVIDIA Broadcast application which is for the gaming as well as video streaming.
On the other hand, AMD has only started to roll out the Noise Suppression for the Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards. However, for older RDNA architecture GPUs, there is a custom driver called the ‘NimeZ’ which will support the Noise Suppression technology. It is a derivative of the latest 22.7.1. driver.
This derivative is available on many platforms like the GCN and Terascale.
However, before you decide to utilize this new driver ‘ NimeZ’, you should be aware of the fact that it will void your warranty. Since this is an unknown software, you will also be exposed to some degree of risk to your software and hardware.