Partnership announced between LG is NVIDIA for an initiative intended primarily for gaming enthusiasts: the OLED TV 2019 of the South Korean brand (the 55, 65 and 77 inch E9 models) will soon be compatible with the technology G-SYNC of the chipmaker so as to offer a fluid gaming experience, without the problems related to flickering, tearing or stuttering.
LG TV OLED 2019 with NVIDIA G-SYNC
The Technical specifications of OLED TVs in question they offer a refresh rate that reaches 120 Hz with input lag reduced to only 6 ms at 1440p (13 ms in 4K) for an almost immediate response of the commands given, without forgetting support for different HDR formats (HDR10 and Dolby Vision ) and HDMI 2.1 functionality as ALLM (low mode
automatic latency), eARC (advanced audio return channel) and VRR (variable refresh rates). On the audio side the Dolby Atmos and Dolby TrueHD systems are signaled. This is the comment by Sam Kim, Senior Vice President of the TV Product Planning division for LG Home Entertainment.
Our OLED TVs are used by gamers around the world and for this reason we are committed to making the gaming experience on our OLED TVs better and better. Thanks to the adoption of NVIDIA G-SYNC we enrich the experience on our OLED TVs with one of the most important hardware gaming brands in the world.
The compatibility with G-SYNC announced today will come in the form of firmware update starting in the coming weeks. The words of Matt Wuebbling, number one of the GeForce Marketing team for NVIDIA, echo.
We are excited to bring G-SYNC Compatible support on our 2019 OLED TVs and HDMI Variable Refresh Rate support to our GeForce RTX 20 series GPUs. Players
will be amazed by the responsiveness and realistic graphics on these TVs while playing the latest PC games with real-time ray-tracing offered by GeForce.