Yes. No VRR available with that adapter.
Seems like this is the first iteration and they're planning to release a updated model that does support VRR in the future. By then though HDMI 2.1 capable GPU's will be available.
Right now these TV's can only do 4K/120hz/4:2:0 + VRR but no HDR (not enough bandwidth).
For many, sacrificing VRR may be worth 4K/120hz/4:4:4 + HDR support.
I have one of these ordered and I completely forgot they didn’t support VRR. Now I’m actually wondering if I should cancel it. My reason to get one was to be able to game over 60 fps at 4K and be able to use HDR in games that support it. Even with my 2080 Ti I’m not going to be able to hold a solid 120 fps unless I turn down some settings. As someone who has never done a lot of above 60 fps gaming, how bad is screen tearing at say 90 fps without VRR?
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