AMD is official was initiated Its latest software drivers add support for noise suppression technology and provide a 92% boost in OpenGL performance.
AMD is officially introducing the latest software drivers with noise suppression technology and a 92% OpenGL performance boost
AMD noise reduction technology has already broken the curtains when the video of the feature went Live before release by AMD. Now Red Team has officially launched its Radeon software drivers, which add support for the technology and aim to be a direct competitor to Nvidia’s RTX Voice, which works with both GeForce RTX & GTX products. .
AMD Noise Suppression reduces background audio noise from your surroundings, providing greater clarity and improved concentration, whether you’re focused on an important meeting or locked into a competitive game. Using a real-time, deep learning algorithm to reduce background audio noise, this new feature works across AMD-powered systems for both your input and output devices, eliminating unwanted background noise from your microphone or someone else’s device.
To find AMD Noise Suppression, make sure you’re on the latest version of AMD software, click the Settings icon, and go to the Audio & Video tab. Under Audio Settings, you’ll see AMD Noise Suppression; All you have to do is click the slider and choose your input/output device or both depending on which device you want the feature to be enabled on. From there, open your games or communication apps like Microsoft Teams, Discord or Slack and select ‘AMD Streaming Audio Device’ for your input/output to enjoy AMD noise suppression.
AMD “Noise Suppression” technology aims to let users communicate without distraction. This is achieved through intelligent audio enhancement powered by real-time AI or deep learning algorithms. The technology allows for noise adjustments to both the input and output source. One of AMD’s main goals is to ensure that its features are widely used, and the company plans to implement noise suppression in various applications and games.
The technology is now available in AMD video, so it looks like this feature will be available at launch. AMD will certainly provide a detailed guide to enable the “noise suppression” technology but it should cover some simple steps to get you set up. I’m certainly happy to see AMD’s software suite expand with technologies similar to its competitor.
In addition to noise suppression, the new software drivers offer a 92% performance boost in OpenGL titles like Minecraft. AMD didn’t mention any OpenGL titles other than Minecraft, but this may be the only time the red team sees a huge performance improvement with their new drivers. If you happen to play older OpenGL games, you’ll see some nice performance improvements, but not as much as AMD’s claimed 92% for Minecraft.
Also, AMD has expanded and improved its Radeon Super Resolution technology, which now works with Radeon RX 5000 and RX 6000 series notebook GPUs. The company has made additions to its Radeon Boost VRS support list, which now includes recent titles like VALORANT, Elden Ring, and Resident Evil Village. To get the latest 22.7.1 software drivers from AMD, you can visit the official driver page here..
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