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The new OLED range from LG is great for console and PC gaming -- as highlighted in our full review of the excellent LG CX 48-inch 4K OLED TV. Paired with the latest in NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics, here’s how you can make it go UltraWide.

With NVIDIA’s new GeForce range supporting the new HDMI 2.1 standard, which is available across the entire LG 4K OLED TV range alongside 4K 120 Hz output and G-Sync support, it’s no wonder that we dubbed the new 48-inch model something of a perfect display for both high-end PC games and the latest next-gen consoles.

But, here’s where the OLED difference comes into play - the ability to turn any 2020 LG 4K OLED TV connected to an RTX 30 series GPU into a true UltraWide. And we were able to get exactly that working across the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, and RTX 3060 Ti. We didn’t test on the RTX 3070 but it’s safe to assume this works across the entire RTX 30 series connected to an LG OLED.

Click Here For 'How to Turn Your LG 4K OLED TV into an Impressive UltraWide PC Display'



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