Having issues getting 4K 120Hz while gaming on LG 55QNED80UQA with my Razer Blade Pro 17 - 4K Touch 120Hz - GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q. This 55” TV should support 4K at 120Hz and support both G-Sync and Free Sync: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/qned80-2022
In made sure in the TV’s menu I turned on Gaming mode and FreeSync VRR.
With the Amazon Cable I was able to get the Setup G-Sync option in the NVIDIA Control Panel but in 4K the picture was turning off then one all the time about once a second, even with just the desktop.
With the cable and adapter I got at Best Buy I was not given the option to setup G-Sync in the NVIDIA Control Panel. 4K at 120 Hz worked for the desktop, but as soon as I launched a game, the image on the TV was just static.
Any suggestions on how I can get 4K 120Hz gaming on my LG TV?
I’m sure this laptop is more than capable to support 4K 120HZ in gaming.
try displayport with an appropiate adapter if possible edit: sorry, did not read the last post. generally displayport will give you less headaches in the long run if you can run it, but i think suggesting you replace the tv is probably overkill as there may be a workaround i’m not aware of
From what I know, admittedly, sometimes not much…but the ARC hdmi connection is for Audio…allows your tv remote to control volume to the AVR. I do not think it has much to do with video. As @gloscherrybomb suggested, I would try another HDMI port.
I gave up on 4K (3840 x 2160) at 120 Hz via Thunderbolt 3 port using USB-C to HDMI cable or adapter.
I’m just using the. HDMI port for 2560×1440 resolution in 120Hz.
I could also use the HDMI for 4K @ 60Hz, but I prefer the faster refresh rate.
Would be nice if it was easier to connect a very capable laptop to the gaming TV.
Very difficult to find a cable that’s long enough that has all the required specs.