- Jul 30, 2021
LG Electronics is adding NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility support to its 2019 OLED TVs, the 65/55E9 model and the 77/65/55C9 model. LG OLED TVs have already made a name for themselves among the gamers with its optimized gaming performance.
The addition of the NVIDIA G-SYNC appears to be a cherry on top for the ultimate gaming experience. The NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible support will be available to the LG OLED TVs in the coming weeks.
First off, LG’s OLED technology produces realistic images with highly accurate color reproduction. The TVs have a refresh rate of 120Hz which means the response time is really quick. The input lag of the LG OLED TVs which is barely perceptible makes it an ideal choice for gaming in terms of displaying images.
The latest OLED TV models have additional HDR formats. Now gamers will have the option of choosing the HDR10 or the Dolby Vision format to ensure higher quality displayed images. HDMI specifications such as the ability to choose the auto low latency mode and enhanced audio return channel and variable refresh rates can also be chosen for an extraordinary gaming experience.
Coming to audio, LG OLED TVs come equipped with cinematic audio formats including Dolby Atmos and Dolby TrueHD. These two combined with LG’s deep learning-based AI sound present to the users the content as meant to be heard by its creators with no compromises.
Both the LG team and the GeForce team are very excited to have been presented with such an opportunity which might change the gaming experience forever.
It’s no secret LG OLED TVs are coveted by gamers world over and we are committed to optimizing the OLED gaming experience for them. With NVIDIA G-SYNC adoption, we are showing that OLED TVs have the support and backing of the world’s top gaming hardware brand to make their products look their best – Sam Kim, the senior vice president of the TV product planning division of Home Entertainment company at LG
Matt Wuebbling from the NVIDIA team was also hopeful about the fact that the gamers will be “blown away” by their joint ventures.