Nvida has announced that they are supporting HDMI 2.1 VRR in a future driver update. I would have never guessed that Nvidia would support it before AMD could release drivers to support it. With that being said, is there any news on this subject? There are a lot of LG 2019 tv owners that will be able to essentially use freesync over HDMI 2.1 before by using an Nvidia graphics card and not an AMD one...
AMD, where are we with HDMI VRR 2.1 feature support mentioned in 2018? LG and NVidia enabled G-Sync Compatible over HDMI today in driver 441.08, non beta.
I want to know an RX 5700 XT will work with my LG C9 HDMI VRR capable TV. Please update us.
Yep, im getting close just grabbing a 2060 or 2070 super.. Ideally I can just hold on to my vega 56 and upgrade to hdmi 2.1 cards, but AMD is dragging their feet here.
Yep, will be switching over to Nvidia soon if this isn't resolved.
You literally announced support for this via a software update over a year ago.
I bought an LGC9 specifically because it was basically the best gaming TV ever and instead I'm dealing with tearing and frame pacing issues because of AMD and AMD alone.
Cannot believe Nvidia beat you to this.
Well the 2020 Adrenalin Drivers dropped today and I was hoping we would have HDMI VRR support. Is this something we can get AMD to recognize and add to their feature voting list? I have a 5700 XT and an LG C9 and I can't use VRR still.
Honestly, I hope they already know this is a priority with Nvidia dropping the update for it. So silly Nvidia has the feature before AMD when AMD made a statement in JANUARY 2018 that they are going to implement it in a driver update.
Same question. Having my LG C9 4K TV here and would like to get Freesync support. I have a Vega64.
I can't believe AMD still has not implement the VRR support in their drivers, especially when they advertized it over a year ago! What a lazy company!