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El Tello

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  1. There has been lots and lots of contradictory info regarding the ability of the B9 to weather or not support 4K @ 120 hz with HDR Now that there are HDMI 2.1 video cards out there, can someone PLEASE help me test that?
  2. Ohh i see the detail now, yes. G-SYNC COMPATIBLE as the LG OLED does not have the dedicated module. Of course is NVIDIA being NVIDIA. Look... these TV's don't have DisplayPort, they are all HDMI 2.1 so NVIDIA enabled GSYNC via HDMI but ONLY if you use an RTX or 16 series cards. Those cards use THE SAME HDMI version as my 1080ti, that is HDMI 2.0b My card: https://www.asus.com/mx/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING/specifications/ RTX that works on OLEDs: https://www.asus.com/us/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-RTX2080S-O8G-GAMING/specifications/ They have t
  3. No buddy, no need to update Frimware. This is topic about GSYNC via HDMI with the latest LG OLED TV's, but thanx for the reply. No, no RAS. Im talking about G-SYNC via HDMI specifically with the new LG OLED TV's. 2019 and 2020 OLED models support G-SYNC but NVIDIA is locking the 10 series to get this support. I cannot enable G-SYNC because of this IDIOTIC lock. https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/g-sync-compatible-2019-lg-tv-available-now/ They are artificially blocking a very important feature so we run out to buy the new card. Thats why im
  4. As the title.... Nvidia has placed an artificial lock so the only cards that support GSYNC with the beautiful LG OLED's of 2019 / 2020 are the RTX and 16 Series. As a proud owner of a 1080ti, i have absolutely no reason to upgrade to the current RTX lineup, however, i might upgrade to the ampere series by the end of the year tho. It's just plain stupid that NVIDIA blocks this feature, it's a slap to the face to their fans and users. I paid full price for the flagship and now i'm out in the cold? The only way NVIDIA will remove this idiotic block is with suff