Just got a new wide screen monitor that works GREAT with WL

FWIW https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0876DBCBX?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details

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Another recommendation is the U4021qw from Dell. With a resolution of 5120 x 2160 and 40“ not really cheap but worth every penny…but need it’s space on the desk…

This kind of 5120 x 2160 display is great for the eyes and display, but not for the graphic performance because that is +11 million pixels to paint. This is quite demanding for WaveLab’s real-time graphics.
The screen mentioned by @Thomas_W_Bethel is only 2560 x 1080, which means exactly 4 times fewer pixels to draw. Of course, the 5120 x 2160 will be sharper for the eyes, but less snappy for real-time graphics.
FYI, I use with satisfaction a 32" monitor with 2560 x 1440 pixels for several years, as my main screen.

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I’m looking to upgrade my two FHD (1920x1440) panels, and after much consideration I also think this resolution of 2560x1440 (“QHD”) is a very good compromise between screen area, GPU load and (in my case) physical size as a 27", so this is probably what I will eventually choose.

There are a lot of recommendations/opinions from Cubase/Nuendo users, good to get some from WaveLab users too!

I am not doing any photo editing so a monitor with a resolution of 5120 X2160 is just overkill. FWIW