At CES in January, NVIDIA promised that more G-Sync-compatible large screens will hit the market, and now LG says they're already here. A firmware update for its 2019 OLED TVs will be available soon, supporting the feature that promises "smooth and tear-free immersion" in compatible PC games. This should make it an ideal setup for gamers who are looking for large screens with insensible response times, as long as the company can dispel burn-in concerns.
LG G Sync compatible 201
- 65-, 55-inch E9
- 77-, 65-, 55-inch C9
Other features of the 2019 series, which make the televisions attractive for games include HDMI 2.1 features such as variable refresh rate (VRR) and auto low latency mode (ALLM). NVIDIA Marketing Director Matt Wuebbling said in a statement, "We are pleased to offer G-SYNC compliant support for LG's 2019 OLED televisions and support for variable HDMI refresh rates for our GeForce RTX 20 GPUs. "
So far you wanted G-Sync and a big screen to opt for the HP 65-inch set Omen X Emperium for $ 5,000. However, these options are suitable for both games and Netflix. However, this set includes NVIDIA's G-Sync Ultimate tag, while LGs are considered G-Sync compliant because they do not use NVIDIA processors.