LG promised NVIDIA G-Sync support to its line of OLED TVs not too long ago, and the time has finally come. LG will begin pushing out firmware updates to certain TVs in its range, starting with this year's E9, C9, and B9 models, enabling G-Sync goodness.
If you're an LG OLED TV owner of the E9 range (55/65 inches), the C9 range (55/65/77 inches) or the B9 models (55/65 inches) then you will get your firmware updates starting in the coming days. You'll need to be in the US for the first wave of firmware updates, but then the full roll out begins in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East before 2019 wraps up.
LG has also promised that the new firmware will also reduce flicker, tearing, and stuttering when gaming on your OLED TV with your PC. LG's new G-Sync firmware for its OLED TVs is limited to just the GeForce RTX and GTX 16 series graphics cards.
Sam Kim, senior vice president of the TV product planning division of LG's Home Entertainment Company said: "As the first TVs to offer NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible support in the industry, LG is once again demonstrating its commitment to delivering the most advanced gaming experience. Our partnership with NVIDIA, the world's premiere gaming hardware brand, are helping our 2019 OLED TVs set a new standard in gaming performance".
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