Hi, just wanted to let others know an unexpected bonus of this amazing 3D OLED TV. I assume the same is true for the E6 and G6 series. Also this is most liekly only true for the 65in ver as i velieve the 55in ver do not resolve true 1080p 3D.
I have owned about x4 3D TVs and x3 3D projectors.
Those of you who play 3D games using a PC to your TV know about the limitations. Unless you use a nvidia 3D monitor... you on only get 3D in, [email protected]
or 1080p @ a useless 24fps! Extremely frustarting!
I found a solution by pure luck. If you have a 3D game that supports Over & Under or SBS 3D (Trine 1, 2 & 3, Tomb raider 2015 and Rise of the tomb raider for example. You can set the game resolution to 2560 or even 4k, then enable OU or SBS 3D. This LG tv is the only TV know that can render OU & SBS 3D at any resolution your PC has the power to output. 4k would be max of course. So if you set your game to 4k, you get 3D at about 2k 1080p at 60fps... if your GPU has the horse power.
Thanks to input from another avs member i was reminded the obvious. Becuase the LG 3D is passive 3D, to get the best quality 3D gaming use Over/Under 3D where possible. Using AA your 3D games will now look like 3D animated movies in terms of picture quality yet can be played at 60fps or more if you have a powerful GPU. SBS still looks good but its slightly blurry conpared to OU.
Its truely amazing and the 3D looks beautiful! Thank you LG for making such an amazing TV!
Ive tried this with my sony 940C and it wont enable SBS 3d unless the resolution is 1080. In that case you get effectlively 720p 3D at 60fps which looks rubbish.
I dont know if this feature is unique to LG 2016 3D TVs.
Also for ganes that dont support OU & SBS 3D natively, i use a app called tridep. This also allows most popular games to render 3D at any chosen resolution and refresh rate.
Please let me know if there are other 3D TVs that can accept a higher than 1080p output from PC for OU & SBS 3D.
Enjoy , i hope this helps others get over the Nvidia 3D TV frustating imposed(?) limits.