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LG will introduce new firmware to fix HDMI 2.1 compatibility between OLED TV and RTX 30 series graphics card

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2020/9/24 13:42:07     readed:743

NVIDIA introduced support for HDMI 2.1 in geforce RTX 30 series video cards released this month, and players who want to experience 4K @ 120Hz g-sync on large screen TVs are also full of expectations. Unfortunately, even if you are lucky enough to snap up a RTX 30 series of graphics cards, you may not be perfectly compatible with 2019/2020 LG OLED TV.When you set 4 K @120Hz with G-Sync enabled, you will only see the black screen interface.

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Gameracector consulted LG on the matter, and the company responded that it was preparing to fix it with a new version of the firmware, but it might take a few weeks to update.

It is reported that LG has realized that there are some compatibility problems between the company's various OLED TVs and the recently launched NVIDIA RTX 30 series graphics card.

Currently, LG is developing a new version of the firmware and plans to push it to users of the 2019 / 2020 HDMI 2.1 TV in a few weeks to fix these incompatibilities.

When ready, LG will give a detailed description on its official website and software update page. The company also apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks for your support in continuing to push the boundaries of game technology and innovation.

Wccftech said it is hoped that we will receive firmware updates from LG's OLED TVs before the release of cyberpunk 2077 on November 19, so that RTX 30 series video card users can get the amazing experience expected through HDMI 2.1 interface.

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