Firmware fix makes LG’s OLED TVs play nicer with RTX 3000 cards

LG makes some of the best gaming TVs, particularly its bright and vibrant CX OLED family, which not only runs 4K at 120Hz, but also come with GSync and FreeSync compatibility. So, on paper, Nvidia’s new GeForce RTX 3000 series should be a perfect match, as both devices support HDMI 2.1 and all its nifty tricks. In practice, however, there have been some annoying bugs, but the good news is a firmware fix is on the way.

One of the issues affecting LG’s OLED TVs when paired with an HDMI 2.1 capable graphics card is getting G-Sync to work correctly, or at all. This also affects other TV models.