kringYou may need to cut out a rear slot divider or it blocks airflow (some other cards needed this)
kringGet the Monster 8K hdmi cable from Walmart $44 for 15-FTW3, and there is a longer one too. most likely it is the cable, makes huge difference. I had a few high quality cables and none worked.
basicallyevolveI also have the 48 inch CX and I am waiting for the 3090 :|. As for any issues with the TV and Gsync and flickering... LG is aware of it and working on a firmware to fix it, they released a beta firmware that they released to a few people to try it and hopefully soon, it will be released to the public! Vincent from HDTVTest made a video on it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lYgrlQqds0
kringThe new firmware update is out, I installed and seems fine but I won't have time for testing. it works for US, but not EU. If anyone wants to check but be cautious that it's probably beta and not widely available yet.
kring... NVIDIA color settings and choose 32-bit, 10 bpc, yCbCr444, Limited.
kringHDMI cable needs to be 8K 48gbs supported or you will get issues. Windows looks fine but stuck at 60hz, some games crap out i.e. RDR2 when maxed. These are actually really hard to find. I went with one from Walmart - Monster 8K 15ft 48gbs platinum fiber optic HDMI for $45.00. the generic brands on amazon & ebay are probably crap knock offs. None of the other big box stores carry any 8K cables.
StraykattIts definitely not as bright as an lcd but its much better, ensure you have the oled set 100 and turn off energy saver and use high for peak brightness.
aman4672what do you mean by "You may need to cut out a rear slot divider or it blocks airflow (some other cards needed this)" I am not really understanding?
StraykattThat’s not the recent update
VeratuOnce this is setup the LG and 3x series really shines... the display quality and output is truly fantastic. Don't spend ridiculous amounts of money on HDMI cables, it's a digital signal as long as it's rated for the proper bandwidth with the right pins and gauge of wire it'll likely be just fine. I personally use the Monoprice DynamicView Ultra 8K Premium High Speed HDMI Cable, 48Gbps, 8K, Dynamic HDR, eARC cable, the 6ft version costs a whopping $14 and it's perfect. I use these on all 9 of the OLEDS in my house and they test solid for every video, bandwidth, and chroma test I've done so far.