I can't believe they can't tell you anything. I have bought a ton of things from Samsung. They make great products, but that doesn't mattter when you ignore your customers. If they would let us know something. There might be a reason they can't but let us know. I can't support a company that doesn't support me.
please add it by firmware. The pc gaming market all use Nvidia cards at the moment. They are a big untapped market for samsung that LG understands. If samsung starts support g-sync trough hdmi the Samsung tvs would be the first choice. Even if Samsung needs a new one connect box to do it I and a lot of other people would flock to Samsung. LG now have monopoly on gsync tvs that not are made by nvidia.
Dear Samsung, you must do this, don't fall in the shade by your competitors.
Gonna add to the pile here. Just bought a 2080ti and while my Radeon VII supported adaptive sync my upgraded video card will not. I would like this addressed or I will have no choice but to purchase LG products moving forwards.
It's working, I've only tried 4k and it's no magic bullet for frame pacing but it works. I should specify that it only works for me if I uncheck “enable settings for the selected display model” in the Nvidia Control Panel.
55NU8000 on firmware 1292.1, get it either from the Q6 or Canadian site.
2080 Super FE on version 445.75
the checkbox must be enabled for gsync to function properly.
download the gsync pendulum demo and if you can click the gsync box in the upper left corner, then your good.
Is it working properly? No flickering issues or disengaging etc? Have you tested it on a game?
I'd prefer to get a samsung qled tv with VRR to replace my 4k 6290 samsung but only if gsync compatible is working other wise I been looking at getting lg cx 55"(already released) or 48"(release in june) (LG OLED55CXPUA) but even as a secondary screen for gaming I am a little worried about burn-in especially with the price being no joke at 2600$ canadian.