Thanks for the advice but that's not what I'm looking for.
Did HDMI 4 work with VRR at one point (with Nvidia G-Sync), and if so, was it messed up with a firmware update or is my specific TV defective.
My original Vizio (their 1st gen 4K TV that did 120hz1080p, which was huge from a PC gaming standpoint) had a software update that caused random flickering when gaming at 120hz1080p. Since rarely anyone used that TV for that purpose, I only found one other post on the AVS forum where someone else had the same issue. It was a battle getting Vizio to understand their TV software update borked the main feature I bought their TV for. They replaced it under the squaretrade warranty with a TV that didn't have the update. I never even connected it to the internet lol so it could never update. THis new Samsung TV is also not connected to the internet and never will be again, unless a software update specifically fixes this problem. At least VRR works on the other ports.
Im having the same problem with my 75" Q80. I have my PS5 connected to HDMI Port 4 and no matter what I do I cannot get the VRR to turn on , on the television . Even though I have enable the VRR on my console. I called customer support and they had no idea what I was talking about and blamed it on my PS5. I know the PS5 just received VRR support a few days ago via update so im hoping that its just a software issue with the television, that needs to be updated in order for the tv to recognize the console is in VRR mode. Does anybody else have any suggestions?
I installed 2 different drivers and it fixed the TV not recognizing VRR on port 4. Gsync was always active so it makes no sense to me ... but regardless, VRR now works fine on port 4 so my issue is closed. It's glorious lol.
I'm not a console gamer but didn't the PS5 JUST come out with VRR support for a handful of games? Do you have those games to test VRR on?