Screens: ► 3840×2160 Samsung UEKS8000 4K HDR 60Hz (optionally interlaced up to 120Hz) TV. It can receive a 4096×2160 resolution, but not display it pixel perfect, so it's only good for software screen capturing extra width, rather than viewing it.
► 1680×1050 Dell E228WFP, it's just about close enough to my 27" 1080p screen that they can sit together just fine.
► 1920×1080 Iyama E2710HDS TN panel, pretty good quality for a TN panel and pretty big for a 1080p screen. I really like it, except for the bezels being a bit big. I wish I had two more of these for surround gaming, but the monitors are quite rare now.
► 1440×900 Hanns.G is the saddest monitor of all my monitors. It is the weak link, the ugly duckling, the thorn in my side. It can take a 1400×1050 input and display it terribly, this will be the first monitor to go when I get my new ones.
I'm trying to get three affordable 2160×3840 IPS monitors. Anything of that size over 60Hz is really expensive, but I really like surround screens. There's some zero frame monitors out there that meet the description for just £400 each, but they support FreeSync when my card is Nvidia and I'm likely to get the GTX 1080 Ti Aorus at some point.
I'm eyeing the LG 27UD68P. I want three of those, but I don't use AMD cards to take advantage of FreeSync. If anyone knows of an IPS 2160p60 display with G-Sync and teeny tiny bezels, I want to hear about it. Higher than 60Hz, wider than 3840 or HDR is a bonus. I'm aware of the ROG Swift PG27UQ Gaming Monitor 27 4K (3840 x 2160), 144Hz, HDR, G-SYNC, but it doesn't seem to be released yet, it will probably use too many cables to be able to run 3 of them on a 1080 Ti with a 4K HDR TV (HDMI 2.0b) and it's probably going to cost around 2,000 USD, but we'll see.