Vizio’s most recent update helps its TVs catch up to the PS5 and Xbox Series X

Vizio’s most recent update helps its TVs catch up to the PS5 and Xbox Series X

Vizio’s most recent TV firmware update is full of features and upgrades for individuals who game on a PS5, Xbox Series X, or PC with the Nvidia RTX 3080 (or any ground-breaking G-Sync-prepared Nvidia GPU).

It’s at present turning out to the company’s OLED sets just as its 2021 assortment of P-Series Quantum X and P-Series Quantum models — all of which highlight HDMI 2.1 ports.

Breaking it down by platform, Vizio claims that the update “enables full bandwidth 4K at 120fps” for the PlayStation 5. The PS5 doesn’t locally uphold variable revive rate yet.

That is not the situation in the event that you have a PC with something incredible in it like the Nvidia RTX 3080. This firmware considers 4K goal at up to a 120Hz invigorate rate when associated with your apparatus, alongside factor revive rate uphold for both 4K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz settings.

The last expansion implies you shouldn’t see the screen skipping or tearing if your PC abruptly drops its edges every second; the presentation will consequently scale its revive rate to what your machine is fit for right now.

This update looks good for Xbox Series X owners, as well. It improves the help for variable invigorate rate for the honestly limited quantity of gaming content that presently bolsters 4K goal at 120Hz revive rate. In any case, it’s generally excellent information for what’s to come.

Platform-explicit notes aside, Vizio has carried a couple of notable tweaks to these TVs in the firmware update. It adds discrete IR codes to each HDMI port make them less difficult to enroll with HDMI-CEC items. Vizio likewise improved similarity with AV receivers that support HDMI.

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