No. As said in my previous post, 04.70.05 has already been publicly released. The risk of the version never becoming higher than 04.70.05 is zero.The current public version is 03.60.19, so it is very possible that the next public version will be 03.70.xx. There may never be a public version higher than 04.70.05, though there may be beta versions higher than that.
Does it work on European sets? Also is this a beta or a normal release?Installed 04.70.05 from korean lg site. I can confirm gsync is working with nvidia drivers 440.52.
Here is link to 04.70.05 of someone wants it.
I wonder if the European engineer version of 04.70.05 is identical to the Korean one.I agree with everything said here. I did it while under the impression I could downgrade like on the C6, but I'm stuck for now. It seems I got lucky this time, since 04.70.05 is already out in Korea, but I was scared there for a minute. I don't think I'd take the risk again, knowing what I know now.
If I understand GSYNC correctly, since the display will only do GSYNC 40-60Hz right now, we would want to cap our FPS to 60 in the drivers?
Alternative, could enable VSYNC but that means VSYNC will overwrite GSYNC whenever you are at 60FPS (99% of the time for me), which re-introduces increases input lag.
Kind of? 4K 120hz and 100hz appears in the NVCpl out of the box in 04.70.05 (engineering version, not sure about public), but trying them results in a corrupted image. So they're trying to implement it, but it doesn't seem to be working yet. I use this cable, so I doubt the problem is on my end.
Not able to see any options for G-sync / vrr / ALLM ... using nVidia 436.51 (Hot fix on 10.1.2019)
That's 32.08Gbps.Did you try 4k/120 it with 4:2:2 8 bit?
Also 32.08Gbps.Well it is at least a positive sign that it is now an option. Is 4k 4:2:2 100hz a possibility with 10 bit HDR? Or is that too much bandwidth
Korean does not.Do anyone know if Korean firmwares work on European sets? someone must have tested this since we have had several generations of oled TVs by now.