Yeah, I have almost 1,000 games, I'll never finish.
But I do take time to play new releases like Control or Metro Exodus.
Got caught up on Far Cry, still trying to catch up on Assassin's Creed (up to 3 now).
Any monitor is a compromise. However, there are lots of good options to be happy with.
Personally, I really love 21:9 for gaming, and also for work. Having split screen without the bezel is nice for programming.
I think the bigger titles are doing 30 fps and possibly not full 4K (checkerboard, etc.) but lighter/older games might get 4K120.
I'm sure Big Navi could do at least that, it should be noticeably better than the APU in consoles.
SLI is a bust. Nvidia is dropping support, and even when it was supported it kind of sucked.
Only a couple modern games actually worked, like Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Otherwise sometimes you got worse performance, or better FPS but choppy movement and microstutter.
Definitely not worth it.
Previous 2 monitors were G-Sync and I was fine with Nvidia.
However, I made sure my most recent monitor was G-Sync Compatible/FreeSync so I had the option for AMD.
Looks like AMD might have the goods this time, so I'm excited to run a full AMD rig as my daily driver.
I preordered a few days ago, waiting for an in stock notification.
My Pixel 2 XL is still running strong, best phone I've ever had. Years later it's still just as fast as it was new and battery life is amazing.
What sold the upgrade for me was the 90Hz screen and 5G. Also, the fingerprint...
16:10 made sense when you were limited to 1080p, which is kind of short for work.
But these days you can get 4K monitors, or 1600p ultrawide, there is not much reason to complain.
You still have a ton of screen real estate.
I don't have the screen one, but I recently got a HUION INSPIROY Q11K and the quality is phenomenal.
I've had some cheaper Wacom tablets in the past and I would say Huion is as good or maybe better in a few aspects.
I would definitely recommend the brand, I've been really happy with the choice.
1080p still isn't horrible. If you have the performance, you can use DSR/VSR 4K and it actually looks alright.
But if you are buying a new monitor, then I would say 1440p at least, and definitely high refresh.