I've tried to suss this out myself, but am not sure I've got it right yet... I'm getting a new build with the 2070 Super as my graphics card. It'as output is DisplayPort 1.4. The motherboard (Carbon B450) is 1.2. I'm looking to get a new monitor and would like to take advantage of G-Sync. My reading of this is that, as long as there is some form of G-Sync compatibility, that the monitor will work fine with a DisplayPort of 1.2, even though the graphics card is 1.4. Firstly - is that right? Secondly, if I bought a monitor with DisplayPort 1.4 is that better? Is there an advantage if both graphics card and monitor are 1.4? I'm looking for a 1440p, 144Hz IPS - primarily for gaming, but I also do a bit of photography, so sRBG would be good too. Seems like most are out of stock, but if I can get the DisplayPort question sorted in my head, it may let me rule in/out a few possibilities. Thank you.