Philips latest OLED TVs are enabled for game play via NVIDIA® G-SYNC® Compatible technology.
When you connect new Philips 4K120Hz TV to computer which is equipped with NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 40 Series or RTX 30 Series graphics cards, you will enjoy the best 4k high frame rate (120fps) PC gaming picture quality. Together with Philips unique ambilight, the gaming experience will never be the same!
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series and RTX 30 Series Graphics Card Features
HDMI 2.1 feature:
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series and RTX 30 Series Graphics Card Features.
Fixed Rate Link (FRL):
A signalling technology that is able to achieve higher uncompressed resolutions. The max data rate is 48Gbps.
Variable Refresh Rate (VRR):
VRR eliminates screen tearing for fluid, enjoyable gameplay.
Philips TV with NVIDIA G-SYNC® Compatible technology
Set up your PC and TV
1-Install the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40/ RTX 30 Series graphics cards into your PC, and then add any needed drivers. 2-Connect your PC to TV HDMI port1 or 2 with a certified HDMI 2.1 cable for high frame rate 120hz video. 3-Check your TV software and upgrade it to latest. 4-Change your TV source to the HDMI port connecting with PC using remote control. 5-Change respective HDMI port capability to match your application in TV settings>General>HDMI UltraHD.
-Set Optimal (Auto Game) to enable TV to support Variable Refresh Rate video. This is recommended setting for VRR gaming.
-Set Optimal or Optimal (Auto Game) to enable the highest quality HDMI signal for 4K Ultra HD and HDR content (up to 4K120 RGB 4:4:4 or YCbCr 4:4:4/4:2:2/4:2:0, 10 or 12-bit HDR).
-Set Standard allows maximum up to Ultra HD (50 Hz or 60Hz) YCbCr 4:2:0 signals. 6-Change TV picture style to Game or HDR Game for best gaming experience with lowest video latency; to Monitor or HDR Monitor for original content view. 7-If you want to switch off VRR function, please switch off it in PC graphics card settings.
Recommended TV models
The following Philips TV models are recommended, They support the latest 4K high frame rate and VRR gaming features required for GeForce RTX 40 Series and RTX 30 Series graphics cards. Additional models may be added in the future as well.
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