Originally Posted by PittyH
yeah i had the same thing.
I think our 2080ti's don't even need gsync.
But i also read you can enable g-sync from the windows display settings as well as the nvcpanel. try the windows setting. i uninstalled already, because my windowed games like path of exile were choppy as all hell, until i frame rate limited it to 57fps with rivatuner. Even then it wasn't as smooth as just plain old vsync.
Also the Nvidia Pendulum G-sync test demo, would probably be the best way to test.
GSYNC doesn't work with 2080Ti + Beta drivers for me either. Capping to 57 + GSYNC enabled = tearing. GSYNC + VSYNC in drivers resulted in no tearing, but microstuttering <60 FPS.
Either way, I went back to connecting via my receiver because it's a much simpler setup and makes switching between PC and non-PC inputs instant and simple. GSYNC doesn't really have any benefit if you are getting 60FPS , which the 2080Ti gets 99% of the time in basically every game @ 4K.
Originally Posted by jincuteguy
You mean they want us to buy their new OLED tvs after CES in January?
No... you have to wait until they release HDMI 2.1 graphic cards. The display supports 4K120, your graphics card does not.
Originally Posted by whoishomer
So I just got my 77" C9 yesterday. I put it up ad playing God of War I noticed some vertical banding. So I loaded up a grey screen and I can see 2 bars. Is this expected? Or should I try exchanging it. I got a quick picture, the bars kind of show up. The are just left of center...
Those seem like they would be extremely noticeable... Give it a week of cycles and if it doesn't disappear I would exchange. My 77" C9 has nothing remotely close to that.
Originally Posted by Duc Vu
Oh great another update that causes black to become grey. You know back in the day when I still owned the c8 I nearly went nuts trying to figure out why some scenes that are supposed to be completely black are instead grey. I thought what was the freaking point to buy an oled if it had this kind of issue.
Even high budget Hollywood movies are infamous for having incorrectly filmed/mastered dark scenes. I personally crush my blacks by 1% to help reduce it.. I find that's less noticeable. Elevated blacks drive me insane and can really ruin a scene IMO.