LG Adds NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatibility To Their Range Of 2019 OLED TVs Giving Them Power For Big-Screen Gaming

LG Adds NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatibility To Their Range Of 2019 OLED TVs Giving Them Power For Big-Screen Gaming
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After announcing a range of OLED TVs for home entertainment, South Korean electronics manufacturer LG has announced the addition of G-SYNC compatibility. The addition of NVIDIA’s adaptive sync means that the LG C9 and E9 series are now excellent options for big-screen gaming.

“We are excited to bring G-SYNC Compatible support to LG’s 2019 OLED TVs and HDMI Variable Refresh Rate support to our GeForce RTX 20-Series GPUs,” said Matt Wuebbling, NVIDIA GeForce head of marketing. “Gamers will be blown away by the responsiveness and the lifelike visuals on these TVs when playing the latest PC games featuring real-time ray-tracing powered by GeForce.”

You will agree with me that the OLED range of LG TVs offers excellent picture quality and color reproduction. The low input lag and ultra-fast response times ensure gamers remain on the competitive edge, even when playing the AAA titles, which require fast action and accurate inputs.

OLED technology is instrumental in high-performance gaming. The precision of individual pixel control guarantees crisp and realistic images. If you are looking for the best 1440p or 4K gaming, the LG OLED series is an excellent choice.

Ray-Tracing is also something these new gaming TVs are capable of. Now that GeForce powers them, gamers playing titles like Control can benefit from the power of Ray-Tracing technology which renders realistic and lifelike lighting effects.

Alongside the excellent picture quality, the new OLED TVs offer refresh rates of up to 120Hz depending on the model. The input lag is 6ms for 1440p content and 120Hz and 13ms for 4K content at 60Hz.

Now, with the addition of G-SYNC compatibility, gamers can enjoy smooth and seamless gaming. G-SYNC is NVIDIA’s revolutionary adaptive sync technology, which eliminates screen tearing, stuttering, and motion blur.

And it’s not just about the immersive display; the audio experience is exceptional as well.

The new LG OLED TVs support cinematic audio formats. Among them is Dolby Atmos, a technology that uses audio objects and overhead speakers to recreate a rich and robust powerful, moving audio. There’s also Dolby TrueHD which guarantees premium and authentic sound.

The two technologies are necessary when playing audio-intensive titles – hear the enemy footsteps approaching and react accordingly.

Already, the 2019 LG OLED TVs are in the market and prices vary depending on the model and panel size. The new G-SYNC addition will be made available via a firmware update. So if you already bought any of them, don’t worry, LG and NVIDIA have got your back!