LG's new OLED TVs can't handle NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards

LG's new OLED TVs can't handle NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards

LG OLED TVs are not capable of working properly with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards. The graphics complexity of HDMI 2.1 may cause compatibility issues with newer generation of gaming consoles.

LG's new OLED TVs can't handle NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards

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South Korean company LG sells TVs that use IX and X series OLED displays. These TVs are not capable of maintaining a high-quality output signal at the proper level when using new video cards. The company previously announced the gaming potential of the gadgets. The parameters are confirmed by the high performance HDMI, reaching 8 Gb / s on OLED IX screens of 2019, as well as HDMI 40 Gb / s on OLED X Series, released this year. Experts name two problems. The first is a complete loss of visual display on a black screen. This crash occurs when trying to use NVIDIA G-Sync with a 120Hz refresh rate.

In the second case, we are talking about reducing the output of RGB / 120 Hz / 4: 4: 4 signal by TVs to downsampling of 4: 2: 2 chroma. This manifestation is independent of whether G-Sync is activated. With a high level of investment in order to create the latest gaming system, cooperation between NVIDIA and LG is necessary, which will help solve the problem with these omissions, and long before the release of new video cards.

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