LG’s new firmware update to enable G-Sync compatibility for its 2019 OLED TVs

LG reported in September that it was preparing a firmware update that would include Nvidia’s G-Sync Compatible technology to selective 2019 OLED TV models, and now comes word that the update is all set and stacked.

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LG says the G-Sync update, which is in sync with 2019 65-inch and 55-inch E9 OLED TVs, 77-, 65-, and 55-inch C9 sets, and 65-and 55-inch B9 models, began rolling this week in North America, with the rest of the world to pursue in the not so distant future.

Without a doubt, LG recommends a GeForce GTX 16-series GPU to enable G-Sync Compatible technology on your OLED TV.

Simply introducing the G-Sync update onto your LG OLED TV won’t transform it into an all out G-Sync display. In fact, a G-Sync monitor or TV has been certified to meet Nvidia’s minimum standards for utilizing the VESA versatile sync specification to help variable invigorate rates without the dedicated hardware introduced in obvious G-Sync panels.

At first, just twelve out of 400 FreeSync screens made the cut, however those numbers have increased lately, and now TVs are in the blend, as well.




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