Glorious 1080p, no reasons to go higher on my 1080p native 24" monitor. Maybe one day I'll get a higher native res monitor, maybe 4K, but by the time I get a 4K monitor we'll probably have NVIDIA's 3rd generation RTX cards (post RTX 30xx). I've always been a VERY late adopter of monitor / screen res tech, both for desktop monitors and Televisions too. Actually, my FIRST ever LCD Monitor is the one I am using right now and I bought it only in early 2015, so it's barely been 4 years since I've had that tech. I had been using a flat screen LG Flatron CRT monitor from 2004 all the way to that LCD monitor I got; so about 11 years of using that one CRT and nothing else. Now I won't be using my current monitor for that long of course but I definitely know for sure that whenever I do get a new one I think 8K will actually be common on the market and 4K will be talked about like something from the past and will be very affordable, not to mention that the GPU hardware we'll have by then will be eating all sorts of games at 4K for breakfast at ridiculous frames on stupidly high refresh rate monitors anyway; so I'll be fine. The only thing I do from time to time with some games is to give a try to DSR but it doesn't work well for all of them nor does it make that much of a difference anyway. I suppose it's a subjective matter. What I DO really like about 4K / UHD are movies on those crazy televisions though, the quality is really good. But then I see the prices and I think "Let's just wait a few more years". In the meantime I'm content checking out what it looks like when I go to my local BestBuy and just stand there watching part of a movie for 30 minutes without being told to leave; experience 4K on multiple brands in one place for free!