At CES in January, NVIDIA promised that more G-Sync compatible displays would come to the big screen, and now LG says they are already here. A firmware update for their OLED TVs in 2019 is coming soon, adding support for a feature that promises "soft-watering without tears" with compatible PC games. This should turn them into an ideal setting for gamers looking for large screens with unnoticeable reaction times as long as the company suppresses its burning concerns.
LG G-Sync compatible OLED TVs 201
- 65-, 55-inch E9
- 77-, 65-, 55-inch C9
Other features in its 2019 range, thanks to which TVs are attractive for gaming, include HDMI 2.1 features such as Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Low Latency (ALLM). NVIDIA Marketing Executive Matt Wuebbling said in a statement that "We are happy to offer G-SYNC compatible support for LG OLED TVs in 2019 and HDMI Variable Refresh Rate support for our GeForce RTX 20-Series GPUs."
So far, if you wanted G-Sync and the big screen you needed to select HP's 5000-inch 65-inch Omen X Emperium kit, but these options are great for both gaming and Netflix, with lower prices. However, this kit bears NVIDIA's G-Sync Ultimate label, while LG's are G-Sync compliant sealed because they do not use NVIDIA processors.