Seems to also be G-sync compatible, so if you decide to go with an Nvidia card in the future you shouldn't have problems getting G-sync to work with it.
Also seems to be a VA panel, using a similar panel as some others in this category that are fairly decent. Not the worst choice you could make. I don't see any professional reviews of that unit though, which always tends to make me hesitant unless it's a fairly new model, which that isn't.
Still, that alone doesn't exempt the model from consideration, it just means there are a few more question marks than what we normally like to see before spending that kind of money.
Do you have this monitor Matt?
A mate owns it, I had the opportunity to swap my LG Ultrawide for it at one point, was sorely tempted but didn't have the GPU power to drive it so would have been pointless.
Also I'm not a competitive gamer so 144htz honestly isn't that important to me.
I'm a graphics whore to be honest, I'd rather have every setting on ultra and play at a locked 60fps.
I think there are better monitors out there without a doubt but not for that kind of money.
This thread got me looking at monitors now.
I came across this which looks kind of interesting for the price.
I know electriq stuff, it's rebranded from other makes, I weirdly own a gas oven branded by them which is kind of bizarre.
Looks insane value, seen the tv's, they use LG panels so picture quality wise they're very very good.