His Sig says he uses an Asus pg348q, One of those high refresh LCDs with adaptive sync that costs thousands of pounds he hates. I was underwhelmed by this monitor. Working in games development I was looking for a unit that ticks all the boxes. 4k, High refresh rate, Adaptive sync, and usually the missing ingredient "real" HDR with decent color gamut. Creating HDR content for games is a pain having to test on many monitors. But when i can now buy 48" LG OLED TV's for £1k this prices itself out. The premium for me is desk/space-saving for those working from home and this one does lack HDMI 2.1 for current-gen games consoles. If this were a £1k-£1.5k monitor I would buy 100 of them as it stands i will likely get a few for testing and continue my search, maybe the Aorus but I bet that's the same panel in a different package.