PS5 VRR Compatible and Supported TVs and Monitor List

PS5 VRR supported tv

In case you missed the news, the PS5 VRR update (Variable Refresh Rate) is now officially live (and here’s how to enable it), allowing gamers to finally make full use of their VRR TVs and/or monitors for Sony’s latest gaming console. While that’s all good, it seems that the community has already been testing out their sets and reporting back in, with some working, while others not. Well, much like our PS5 120fps monitor article, we here at MP1st have prepared yet another list, this time focusing on those with VRR support. Here is a list of supported PS5 VRR TVs and monitors.

First off, full credit to Reddit user RTCananda for starting a Reddit thread to keep track of all these monitors, as well as all those who have already contributed on reporting in the thread. Down below you’ll find a current list of confirmed VRR TVs and monitors that the PS5 supports.

Note that the implementation of VRR that Sony has does appear to be limited with a number of sets having limited functionality, or don’t work at all. There are also some sets here that support VRR on the PS5, but are encountering issues such as flickering, shimmering, or black screen. Be sure that the HDMI you are connected to is the TV’s 2.1 port as not all ports are 2.1. If you are encountering issues still, please let us know for documentation purposes. If a set you own doesn’t appear to be working but works on other devices such as a PC and and Xbox Series, then it is most likely due to the limited support Sony has released for the PS5. Hopefully that changes down the road with system updated to expand the VRR support.

Confirmed PS5 VRR Supported and Compatible Monitors and TV Sets (as April 2022)

Confirmed Televisions With VRR Support on PS5 (April 2022)

  • Hisense UG7

  • Hisense U8G

  • LG B1

  • LG B9

  • LG BX

  • LG C9

  • LG CX – Needs more testing, some users report it working while others have black screen.

  • LG C1

  • LG C2

  • LG G1

  • LG G2

  • LG GX
  • LG NanoCell 55NANO866

  • LG NanoCell 65NANO866PA

  • LG NANO867NA** (Turn on INSTANT GAME RESPONSE – Turns off Local Dimming)

  • LG NANO85 (2020, May Need to Turn on INSTANT GAMING RESPONSE)
  • LG NANO85 (2021)* (Turn on INSTANT GAME RESPONSE)

  • LG NANO90 (2021)* (Turn on INSTANT GAME RESPONSE)

  • LG SM9000 (2019)
  • Philips OLED 707

  • Philips OLED 706

  • Philips OLED 806

  • Philips OLED 807

  • Samsung NU8500 BAD IMPLEMENTATION, NOT ADVISED

  • Samsung QN65QN85BA

  • Samsung RU8002 (2019)* (HDMI 1 only)

  • Samsung RU8009 (2019)

  • Samsung Q60 (2018)* (with Ultimate FreeSync Mode turned on)

  • Samsung Q6FN (2018) BAD IMPLEMENTATION, NOT ADVISED

  • Samsung Q8FN (2018) BAD IMPLEMENTATION, NOT ADVISED

  • Samsung Q9FN (2018)* (with Ultimate FreeSync Mode turned on – 120+VRR Cannot work together)

  • Samsung Q60R (2019)* (with Ultimate FreeSync Mode turned on) – Report of quality not being good and issues with titles like Destiny 2.

  • Samsung Q70R (2019)* (with Ultimate FreeSync Mode turned on & use HDMI Port 1)

  • Samsung Q80R (2019)* (with Ultimate FreeSync Mode turned on) – Reports of flickering, might not recommend

  • Samsung Q90R (2019)* (with Ultimate FreeSync Mode turned on)

  • Samsung Q900RB (2019)* (with Ultimate FreeSync Mode turned on)

  • Samsung 55 Q6DR (2020)* (with Ultimate FreeSync Mode turned on)

  • Samsung RU9000 (2020)

  • Samsung Q70T (2020)

  • Samsung Q80T (2020)

  • Samsung Q90T (2020)

  • Samsung Q95T (2020)

  • Samsung Q70A (2021)* (TV doesn’t show its on, but it’s on)

  • Samsung Q80A (2021)* (TV doesn’t show its on, but it’s on)

  • Samsung Q90A (2021)

  • Samsung QN90A (2021) – Reported to have issues.

  • Samsung QN95A* (TV doesn’t show its on, but it’s on)

  • Samsung Frame (2020)

  • Samsung Frame (2021)* (TV doesn’t show its on, but it’s on)

  • Samsung S95B QD-OLED (2022)

  • Sony A80J

  • Sony A90J

  • Sony X900H** (turns off Local Dimming if VRR is turned on) – May need to unplug and re-plug the HDMI as well as a PS5 restart.

  • Sony X85J

  • Sony X89J** (turns off Local Dimming if VRR is turned on)

  • Sony X90J** (turns off Local Dimming if VRR is turned on) – Also check HDMI settings and select the setting with VRR support. Should be “enhanced VRR.”

  • Sony X91J** (turns off Local Dimming if VRR is turned on)

  • Sony X95J** (turns off Local Dimming if VRR is turned on)

  • TCL 50S546

  • TCL 55C728

  • TCL 65R648

  • TCL C825
  • TCL R635 (2020)** (Cuts 4K support if enabling VRR – My opinion not worth it)

  • TCL R646* (Power Cycle both console and TV to ensure capability)

  • Vizio OLED 55-H1** (VRR is limited to 48-60Hz) NOT ADVISED
  • Vizio M50Q7-H1** (Reports of 48-60HZ VRR only) NOT ADVISED

  • Vizio P65QX-H1** (Reports of 48-60HZ VRR only) NOT ADVISED

  • Vizio P75QX* (Must turn off 120HZ Mode)

  • Vizio P65Q9

Confirmed Monitors With VRR Support on PS5 (April 2022)

  • Acer XV282K

  • Alienware AW2721D
  • ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ** (Turns off HDR)

  • ASUS ROG Swift PG279QM

  • ASUS VG28UQL1A* (with FreeSync Premium Pro turned on)

  • BenQ EX2710U

  • BenQ EX3210U

  • Gigabyte FV43U

  • Gigabyte FO48U

  • Gigabyte FI32U -MP1st tested. Works out of the box though running the dash or any game at 60HZ caused freesync flickering. Be sure to update the monitor via a PC with the latest firmware as that resolved our issue.

  • Gigabyte M28U
  • Gigabyte M32U

  • LG 27GP950* (Game Adjust > FreeSync Premium Pro > Extended)

  • LG 27GP950-B

  • MSI MPG321UR-QD
  • Samsung G7 LC32G75T** (Turns off 4K, 1080p Only)

  • Samsung G7 S28AG70* (FreeSync Premium Turned on and assigned PC input)

Confirmed Monitors and TV Sets That DON’T Work With VRR Support on PS5

  • Acer PE270K
  • Acer VG240Y

  • Acer VG280K

  • Acer VG271US

  • Acer XF243Y
  • Acer XV272U

  • Alienware AW2518HF

  • Alienware AW2720HF

  • AOC 24G2U

  • AOC 24G2

  • AOC 27G2

  • ASUS ROG Swift PG329Q

  • ASUS ROG Swift PG43UQ

  • ASUS VG27AQL1A

  • ASUS VG27AQ

  • ASUS VG249Q1R

  • ASUS VG27BQ

  • ASUS VP249QGR

  • ASUS VP28UQG

  • ASUS VG32VQ1B

  • ASUS VG27WQ1B

  • ASUS VG279Q

  • ASUS VG259QM

  • ASUS VG258QR

  • ASUS VG289Q

  • ASUS VG249Q

  • ASUS VG245H

  • Entire BENQ Product Line – (Not a joke)

  • Dell G2722HS
  • Dell S3220DGF

  • Dell S2721DGF

  • Dell S2721QS

  • Dell S2722DGM

  • Dell S2422HG

  • Dell S2419HGF

  • Element EM3FGAB27BS

  • EVE Spectrum (4K and non-4K)
  • Hisense U6GR TV (Roku Version)

  • Gigabyte CV27Q

  • Gigabyte G27Q
  • Gigabyte G27QC

  • Gigabyte G27QC-A

  • Gigabyte M27Q

  • Hisense U7G (Reported to have issues)
  • HP 25X

  • HP 27xq
  • HP X24IH

  • Lenovo G25-10

  • LG 82UP8770PUA TV

  • LG 65UN85006LA TV

  • LG NANO956NA TV

  • LG SM9000 (2019 models are reportedly not working)

  • LG B6P TV

  • LG 27650F

  • LG 27UD69P

  • LG 27UK650

  • LG 27GN950

  • LG 27UK650-W

  • LG 27UL600-W

  • LG 27UD69P-W

  • LG 27GP850-B

  • LG 32GP850-B

  • LG 27GL850

  • LG 27GN850-B

  • LG 24GN600-B

  • LG 27GL850-B

  • LG 27UL550

  • LG 27UP600

  • LG 27GL83A

  • LG 32GN50T-B

  • LG 32GK650F

  • LG 32UL500

  • LG 34GL750

  • LG 34WP65C

  • LG 49NANO85UNA TV

  • MSI MAG251RX

  • MSI Optix G27CQ4

  • MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD

  • RAZER Raptor 27
  • Samsung C27HG70

  • Samsung C27RG50

  • Samsung Frame (2019)

  • Samsung Frame (2020) – Only 55 or 65 inch models support VRR
  • Samsung KS8000

  • Samsung LC27G7

  • Samsung LU28R550

  • Samsung NU8000 TV

  • Samsung NU8009 TV

  • Samsung RU7100 TV

  • Samsung S24F350FHU
  • Samsung TU7000 TV

  • Samsung UE50 TV

  • Samsung UR550

  • Sceptre E248W-19203R

  • Sceptre E325B-QPN168

  • Sony KD-55A8H

  • TCL S546 TV

  • Viewsonic VX2882-4KP

  • Viewsonic XG320u – Reports that it “works” but isn’t worth it due to flickering issues.
  • Vivotek GFV27DAB

  • Vizio P65F1 TV

  • Vizio V405-H19

As noted, the list of monitors and TVs that don’t work are subjected to change as Sony continues to rollout more VRR support in the future. That does not guarantee those sets will work, but there is some hope if you happen to own an unsupported set. We will continue to update this post as more and more monitors and TVs are confirmed working or not. If you happen to have a set that is either working or nor working and it isn’t in this list, please don’t hesitate to respond either here in the comments, email us (tips@mp1st.com) or send us a tweet.

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