Originally Posted by the_bone_reaper
I don't really understand any of that I don't really understand how or what makes the monitors work I just I want to good monitor that I can play games on without having to go into the details
I have a BenQ XL2730Z, a 1440p/144Hz Freesync TN panel that cost me £350 (which at the time was about €450). It's a very solid panel for the money. The IPS equivalent was £400 but plagued with issues. My BenQ has two dead pixels. That's all that's wrong with it. And two-three dead pixels are not a deal breaker at this resolution as it's very hard to spot them. However any more than that and I'd be a bit annoyed. Past five and I'd consider requesting a refund or replacement. Severe black-light-bleed (some BLB is always going to be a thing with IPS panels) is a deal breaker as it ruins immersion when playing a game like Alien Isolation or Far Cry Blood Dragon, but it's not usually a problem with TN panels. Yellowing in the corners is not acceptable in an IPS panel that snobs tout as 'so much better coz colour accuracy, bro'. Yellowing is also not a common problem with TN. This is why I recommend a cheaper TN panels that have the features you want. I would only recommend IPS or VA if you work with video or photography. The price increase is not worth the risk and potential heartache/headache.
tl;dr: If you want a monitor that just 'works' and allows you to game freely, get a nice £400-500 1440p TN panel. If you work with photography or video, save up and risk an IPS panel.