Yes Nvidia is finally supporting G-sync through HDMI with a driver update later this year for VRR TV's and monitors. Read Here https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/lg-gsync-compatible-hdmi-big-screen-gaming/
What are the chances of the samsung 2018-2019 VRR TV's working with this. I'm asking because i have the 2018 Q8FN which supports VRR. Would it be possible for you guys to release a firmware update to help make this work properly like LG is doing?
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Please Samsung, been a fan for most of my life. Please listen to us your fans! Don't let LG stay ahead. Freesinc through HDMI will push you ahead because your TV's are No.1!
Please talk to someone about this. Nvidia has dropped driver 441.08 and now HDMI VRR/gsync is available through HDMI on RTX graphics cards. The TV detects gsync in Ultimate mode but is not working correctly atm with it. The fact that the TV is detecting gsync now with the driver update is proof enough that all we need is a firmware update for the tv to get it working correctly PLEASE RESPOND!
Please add VRR over HDMI with Nvidia 20 series graphics cards for the Samsung Q series TVs!! LG was able to do it with a simple firmware update with their OLED TVs.
I've just bought a Samsung 65Q70R so I really hope to see a driver update from Samsung to make it work the best possible way !!
LG is doing it with their Oled so let's go Samsung do it too for your loyal consumer !!
Please add this. It is probably much more important than what you might think and I'm currently holding off a purchas between a Samsung and a LG until this is answered.
Throwing my hat in the ring. Would love to see Samsung update the 2018 and newer TVs. Plenty of Nvidia users out there that would like to see this and would most likely choose Samsung over LG due to price point and not having to worry about burn in.
I also believe that this would be a fantastic addition to the 2018+ QLED TV ranges.
These TVs already have fantastically low input latency, and beat the competition for gaming, but not having g-synch will really hurt them in comparison to LG.
Samsung already hit a home run with the addition of Airplay2 on the 2018 models, vs LG initially adding it to their 2019 models only, and later backtracking on that. So some official statement of their intent would definitely help their marketing team, if it is technically feasible, or better, in the works.