Where does Rtings mention LFC in the review? Is it the "FreeSync No" and "G-SYNC stops working on all resolutions below 40Hz"?Rtings published their review and stated that the TV does not support LFC at any resolution. Gotta be a bug because it's a deal breaker otherwise especially for future consoles.
Didn't this video prove LFC actually worked for sub-40 fps via G-SYNC on the C9, even though there's no official FreeSync Premium support (which shouldn't be that different to the CX)?:
Compared to anything else in particular or in general (ie gaming monitor)?That 4k VRR input latency...yikes.
That's pretty much a deal breaker for me.
I'm wondering why 4K VRR wasn't tested on the LG C9? Perhaps because its range on HDMI 2.0 sources is limited to 40-60?
On the CX the chroma needs to be set to 4:2:0 for it to go up to 120Hz, else if at higher chroma then it's limited to a maximum of 60Hz (or so I would assume considering the limits of current HDMI 2.0 sources being 18Gbps).
Rtings doesn't seem to specify this fact and neither do they specify the chroma for the 4K VRR test, unless I've missed it?
That or we don't have any control over it and it runs automatically at 4K @ 40-120 Hz VRR @ 4:2:0 if it detects an HDMI 2.0 source.
I wonder how different these reviews/tests would be with proper HDMI 2.1 sources...