Ready to take it to the next level? And if your PC monitor doesn't allow you to exploit the full potential of the new Nvidia graphics ca...
Ready to take it to the next level? And if your PC monitor doesn't allow you to exploit the full potential of the new Nvidia graphics cards, how about a TV calibrated for gamers? LG has done it.
LG, not a first time gamer, has just announced a new series of TVs designed for gaming. These TVs are compatible with the new GeForce RTX 3090, 3080 and 3070 graphics cards, which are the biggest performance breakthroughs in recent years. The entry-level RTX 3070 is predicted to be more powerful than the current 2080 Ti for half the price.
LG: new 8K OLED TV with advanced gaming features
The brand recently introduced a series of 8K OLED TVs, the first to take full advantage of the new GeForce RTX Series 30 graphics cards. No specific model for the moment, but rather a new family of 8K TVs whose references should be unveiled in the coming weeks. These TVs will feature the third-generation IA α (Alpha) 9 processor, which supports full 8K bandwidth on displays with more than 33 million self-emitting pixels.
"Gamers will be amazed by the power of these TVs when they play the latest 8K PC games with the most realistic ray tracing and advanced artificial intelligence features available on the GeForce RTX 3090," said LG in its press release. These TVs are capable of delivering 8K content at 60 fps and 48 Gbps.
Of course, they also feature Nvidia G-Sync compatibility for smooth, tear-free images and support the latest HDMI specifications. LG promises variable refresh rates (VRR) and ultra-fast response times, all with low latency (ALLM).
An immersive sound experience
The audio part is not to be outdone. The new LG OLED 8K TVs are compatible with Dolby Atmos technology with AI acoustic settings that harness the power of deep learning. These TVs analyze your acoustic environment and adjust the sound settings to achieve the best accuracy.
They also support BT Surround technology, which allows you to enjoy virtual 4.0 surround sound with two LG Bluetooth speakers. LG promises more immersion, both in pictures and sound. No release date or price has been announced. We are hoping for more details in the coming weeks.