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PC Specs: ASRock b250, i5 7500 3.4ghz, 16gb RAM, GTX 1070
Budget/currency: $400-500 USD

I'm looking for a good monitor that I can get the most out of the 1070. If you can find one under $400 even better:)
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1440p will be just fine on the 1070, there is no need to pay extra unless you want to get a 4k or a higher refresh rate panel. You could also go for LG's ultrawide 1080p monitors, but 1440p is better suited for the 1070.
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You have a couple of options.

You could go 4k;
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or, 3440x1440 ultrawide;
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or, go 1440p;
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The QNIX monitor is 60Hz, but you should be able to overclock it fairly well and you could save a good bit of money with the QX2710 over any of the other options.
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