So, I just now realized that my monitor is a 1440p panel in disguise and is actually 2160p. I'm shaking. I'm sooooo happy. I had long suspected foul play and that my monitor was actually a 4K panel sold under a 2K panel nameplate but the reason I thought it mightn't be is because I tried it in 4K first about 8 months ago, it looked like text was blurry. Apparently that was Windows 10's fault not mine or the monitor's and now that I've tried it again after several Windows updates it looks 100 times clearer and better than it was at 2K. The reason I looked into this again is because I recently read this article on digital trends that talked about your 2K monitor actually being a 4K panel in disguise and funnily enough text looked worse when it was in 2K than now it is in 4K. Everything looks a billion times clearer now it is running under 4K. Another clue was when I was playing new games and went to set the graphics settings, there would always mysteriously be a 4K resolution setting available. I'm elated and this monitor was definitely money well spent. Surprisingly images look 10 times better too and I am a very happy camper right now.