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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
inb4 people whining saying nVidia's G-Sync Compatible should be called FreeSync. Even though G-Sync Compatible is a unique nVidia hardware/software solution that utilizes DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync protocols just like AMD's hardware/software solution FreeSync and Qualcomm's QSync. With G-Sync at least we know the panels are properly tested.
Keep on dreaming about that testing. Panels don't care one bit about what protocol or port is used for transfer from GPU to monitor electronics. Not one freakin' bit. NV only tries to validate that the eletronics are able to communicate with their proprietary drivers, GPUs and Gsync properly especially when they got paid for Gsync board as well. Gsync boards aren't flawless, there are some common repeated issues specific to them :/ It's a damn disaster if you ask me, extra cost, brand/ecosystem lock and while they may offer better overdrive calibration they lack HDMI support, have often outdated ports and limited refresh compared to freesync/adative sync monitors, and can suffer from Gsync board issues.

Considering HDMI will likely have mandatory adaptive sync support... Nvidia is slowly dripping adaptive sync support on their GPUs for any display via any port/protocol.

Now there is a reason for RTX/GTX owners to buy OLED TVs (HDMI2.1) and forget overpriced wanna be gaming monitors (DP1.4). I think OP was joking as he got it the other way around.
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Keep on dreaming about that testing. Panels don't care one bit about what protocol or port is used for transfer from GPU to monitor electronics. Not one freakin' bit. NV only tries to validate that the eletronics are able to communicate with their proprietary drivers, GPUs and Gsync properly especially when they got paid for Gsync board as well. Gsync boards aren't flawless, there are some common repeated issues specific to them :/ It's a damn disaster if you ask me, extra cost, brand/ecosystem lock and while they may offer better overdrive calibration they lack HDMI support, have often outdated ports and limited refresh compared to freesync/adative sync monitors, and can suffer from Gsync board issues.

Considering HDMI will likely have mandatory adaptive sync support... Nvidia is slowly dripping adaptive sync support on their GPUs for any display via any port/protocol.

Now there is a reason for RTX/GTX owners to buy OLED TVs (HDMI2.1) and forget overpriced wanna be gaming monitors (DP1.4). I think OP was joking as he got it the other way around.
I wasn't joking, just forgot to add one word. But nice proof reading skills nonetheless.

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for me, I'm most looking forward to 120hz 4K options. 120hz @4k > G-sync.
There's a planned Philips monitor for 2020Q1 with a low-haze semi-glossy VA panel and 4K120 with adaptive sync support for $500-ish.

It'll be a good democratizer of 4K120 with decent PQ.

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Once you go OLED....
very happy with my C9 65 inch It didn't take much time to get used to this size coming from the 55 inch.
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Ahahaha. I sold my C9 thinking this day wouldn't come for long enough that I might as well wait for more 4k120hz OLEDs to pop up in a year or two. Please kill me. Maybe I can take this as an opportunity to get the 65" one instead.

Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
inb4 people whining saying nVidia's G-Sync Compatible should be called FreeSync. Even though G-Sync Compatible is a unique nVidia hardware/software solution that utilizes DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync protocols just like AMD's hardware/software solution FreeSync and Qualcomm's QSync. With G-Sync at least we know the panels are properly tested.
In this case the LG TVs are using HDMI-VRR which is not Freesync, so G-Sync compatible is definitely correct if it's going to encompass multiple implementations of VRR.

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for me, I'm most looking forward to 120hz 4K options. 120hz @4k > G-sync.
These TVs are 4k120Hz.

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I take it those big gsnyc tv/monitor things have totally failed and left nvidia no choice but to tow the line just like everyone else? Excellent!
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These TVs are 4k120Hz.
Where does it say that?

And I'm talking 120hz for PC gaming, not 120hz "motion smoothing" TV nonsense or whatever.

And also kinda meant I'm excited for them to be affordable.
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Quote: Originally Posted by UltraMega View Post
Where does it say that?

And I'm talking 120hz for PC gaming, not 120hz "motion smoothing" TV nonsense or whatever.

And also kinda meant I'm excited for them to be affordable.
LG's B/C/E/W8's were already 120hz native but it was in tv apps only. B/C/E/W9s are 120hz over hdmi.

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Where does it say that?
The B9+ LG OLED TV's are 4K120 capable with HDMI 2.1.

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I bought a 55 C7 when the C8s came out for $1200 new. I may do the same for the C9 when the C10 comes out but if they offer a 49" i may get a C10, really though i'd rather wait for HDMI 2.1 GPUs first.

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