LG OLED TVs to get a G-SYNC compatibility feature for up to 120Hz refresh rate

9 September 2019, 23:53:09

LG OLED TVs to get a G-SYNC compatibility feature for up to 120Hz refresh rateThe LG OLED TV will have an NVIDIA's G-SYNC compatibility feature for up to 120Hz refresh rate. This is the first time this feature has been applied to an OLED TV in the world. It reduces screen tearing when playing high-end games. Users can enjoy immersive gaming on a large screen (from 55 - to 77 inches) with overwhelming picture quality. 6 ms response time has also been specified. LG will enable this feature through a software update by the end of this year for the 2019 OLED TVs from the E9 and C9 series.

The LG OLED TVs are also equipped with other features for optimal gaming environment such as HDR in a variety of formats, including HDR 10 and Dolby Vision. In addition, they are equipped with an HDMI 2.1 port - a high-definition and high-quality video content transmission standard, to provide smooth and precise video and audio.

Matt Geebbling, general manager of NVIDIA GeForce, said, "Gamers are happy to be able to enjoy the latest PC games on the G-Sync-compatible LG OLED TVs."

Sang-Yeol Kim, executive director of LG Electronics TV Product Planning, said, "LG OLED TV will provide the best gaming experience for gamers around the world."Source

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