A heads up for all of those messing around with nVidia drivers and C9 firmware with regard to GSync and VRR. When GSync is enabled, Windows gives the option to use OS level VRR in the Windows Graphics Settings menu. My assumption is it will give games that don't have VRR built in the ability to use VRR.
Also the newest driver release by nVidia does not include GSync / VRR from my experience. I went back to the 440.52 beta drivers.
I started messing around with OC'ing via NVCP and have a stable 66hz at 4K and HDR enabled in Windows. Someone had mentioned it didn't work too well, I'll let you guys know how stable it is for me after I find some time to play some recent games.
55C9AUA running 04.80.12 engineering, 2080ti, Win 10 running nVidia 440.52, 15' 48G optical HDMI cord (only one I could find at any stores around me)
Has anyone been able to get the tv to use the FRL / HDMI 2.1 protocol with any of the Turing cards? I am really curious to see if the cards have 2.0b or 2.1 ports / chip. I'm not sure anyone (other than nVidia) knows for sure...