Hello I have a 1080Ti with an i7 7700k. My monitor is the 24" 1080p 180hz Asus one with G-sync. I bought it at the start of the year before my desktop when I was using my laptop and PS4 for gaming - I was kind of put of by 1440p at the time because of scaling with the 1080p output from my PS4 but now I rarely play PS4 and if I do it's on my TV now. I paid $650 for my monitor maybe 6 months ago. I really have my eyes on this Asus 27inch 1440p IPS g-sync 165hz monitor, which is $1,050. Mum is going to kill me though replacing things so soon again. Now that I only play PC games I really feel like I'm wasting my GPU... I'm just at bit of a loss as to what to do. If I swap monitors again, am I going to end up wanting to swap again next year and get a 4k 100hz monitor and like a GTX 2080 Ti? Is 1440p a good investment or are we getting really close to high FPS 4k gaming and I should hold out? :3 Edit: Sorry and a question about higher resolution... I play a lot of FF XIV which has pretty basic graphics by today's standards. The game doesn't have high quality 4k textures like for instance Forza 7 (100gb download omg that killed me even on NBN). Would a game with average quality textures look any better at higher resolution? Is the only benefit going to be less aliasing?