promise blazing-fast gameplay
LG OLED TVs have individual self-lit pixels that ensure better image quality and faster response times.
This means there is less image blur when using connected game consoles and devices.
Get ready for the incredibly seamless and immersive gaming experience of LG OLED TVs.
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My end-game TV
with G-sync compatibility."
The world's first
G-SYNC compatible TV
Backlit LED TVs flicker and require a higher refresh rate when adjusting sequence.
Whereas LG OLED TVs employ the precision and control of individual self-lit pixels
to take full advantage of the G-SYNC compatibility. The new partnership between LG and NVIDIA ensures games are played with fast response times
and have the ability to match fast refresh rates to in-game frame rate variations,
even at high-resolution. This avoids dreaded screen tearing and stuttering.
- No Tearing
*Screen images simulated.
Kaustubh Sanghani The VP/GM-GeForce and GSYNC OEM, NVIDIA
“G-SYNC brings silky smooth gaming
and super responsive gaming. LG OLED
has got the best image quality out there.”
respond at the speed of thought
Unlike backlit LED TVs, LG OLED TVs have individual self-lit pixels that rapidly change their state.
The α9 processor powers fast response time* and low input lag. In game mode
display latency, motion blur, and ghosting are reduced to barely discernible levels.
*Response time is how quickly it can change its pixels from gray-to-gray.
at the highest resolution
A higher frame rate, VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), ALLM (Auto Low
Latency Mode) and eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel) all meeting
HDMI 2.1 specifications.
These latest features allow fast-moving content in higher resolution
and smooth, synchronized graphics. It's a more lifelike gaming experience.
LG OLED 8K TVs have successfully completed testing at the HDMI
Authorized Test Center in accordance with the HDMI Compliance Test
*Test Specifications: 2.1d (with HDCP, FRL 12G(8K60), CEC, ARC, eARC, 6G, HBR, 4K)