LG’s 2019 OLED TVs are set to support Nvidia’s G-Sync. Select 4K OLED models in screen sizes from 55- to 77 inches to gain support through updates in a few weeks. The update will only be in select markets. LG will announce updates in related markets in the coming weeks. The LG E9 OLED 2019 range, (65-inch and 55-inch) and LG C9 OLED 2019 range (77-inch, 65-inch and 55-inch) are scheduled to get the first Nvidia G-Sync support.
LG confirmed that the above models will receive Nvidia G-Sync support in the coming weeks via firmware updates. Added support promises to reduce tear and smooth the picture when using one of the LG 4K OLED TVs as a gaming monitor for your PC. LG confirms that existing models will get updates for free, while new buyers will get support from day one.
Nvidia G-Sync is a PC-specific method for synchronizing TV panels and PC GPU frame rates for a smooth experience. The PC GPU often uses variable refresh rate (VRR), and G-Sync will help synchronize the frame rate of both TV and computer. This will make the LG OLED TV range a more compelling option for gamers looking for gaming monitors.
With G-Sync support on the LG 2019 OLED TV range, users can take advantage of full-HD content up to 120 frames per second in dynamic HDR10 or Dolby Vision, leveraging HDMI 2.1 specifications such as auto low latency mode ( ALM), enhanced audio return channel (EARC), and variable refresh rate (VRR).
“This is no secret in the world of secret LG OLED TV gamers and we are committed to optimizing the OLED gaming experience for them. With NVIDIA G-SYNC adoption, we are showing that OLED TV has the support and support of the world’s top gaming hardware brand to make their products great, ”said Sam Kim, Senior Vice President, Home Entertainment Company’s TV Product Plan The division LG, said in a statement.
“We are excited to bring G-SYNC compatible support for LG’s 2019 OLED TVs. Gamers will be blown away by the accountability and lifelong visuals on these TVs while playing the latest PC games, ”said Matt Wubbling, head of GeForce marketing at Nvidia.