So boys and gals i just dropped £4300 on a new PC because it was the only way to get decent hardware in these tough times. These are the PCs components. All picked because they had some "builders stock" or was in normal stock. Corsair 5000D Airflow Tempered 8Pack Team Group Edition 32GB CL16 kit (2x16) 3600mhz Corsair MP400 4TB Gen 3 M.2 Noctua NH-D15 Pure Black Gigabyte RTX 3090 Gaming OC <-- wanted a 3080 but not available. Gigabyte X570 Aorus Ultra AMD Ryzen 7 5800X <-- wanted a 5900X but again not available. Seasonic PX-850 80 Plus Platinum Noiseblocker NB eLoop X-B14 Black Edition x2 Noiseblocker NB eLoop X-B12-PS Black Edition x1 Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut Thermal Paste 5.5g/1.5ml It's a lot of money granted but at least with a build like this you get 3 years C&R Warranty and cable management too. It's probably £700 overpaid mostly because Build Stock 3090 was £2200 Since i was forced to go with a 3090 i'm in need of a decent monitor. That's where it gets hard for me because i know 0 about monitors apart from buzz words like local dimming and quantum dot or Nano dot. So lets rule out 4K 60HZ i don't want that and 4K 144HZ is out my price range. So it's 1440p and high HZ 144-240hz but should i go HDR10 or HDR400/600. I think 32" is too big so it's 27". Most monitors i see in these specs are either low nits like 350 but still rated HDR10. I thought HDR needed 400+nits? TN is out so it's IPS or VA or SSIPS. The more i read the more i think HDR 10bit is not worth it and is it even real 10bit or really fake 10bit? People buy 10bit monitors and switch it to 8bit for gaming? So whats the point in buying a HDR10 monitor if you only enable it for movies or content creation. I've looked at 27" monitors for days now and my budget is £400-£600 but i'm lost on what to get. There's the G5's G7's from Samsung and LG UltraGears both look decent but they are older tech with no local dimming and such. I really need someone with decent previous of owning these types of monitors to help me out. Since i'm going from Maxwell GTX 980 to RTX 3090 lol.