I always think the likes of this monitor would be for those who want 4K for general desktop/productivity work then drop it down to 1440p at 144hz and game - that’s what I’d do anyway.
The order in which high performance graphics cards and monitors release is backward. It should be powerful enough GPUs out first to meet the specs of the monitor but no, they release these high-spec monitors first which no GPU on the market can take full advantage of and by the time you do have one that can the monitor is out of date or faulty like my Asus 144Hz 27" G-Sync monitor. Even then the new GPUs are pretty much impossible to get for any standard consumer who doesn't mess around with bot scripts and screwery teenagers are obsessed with today. Don't buy monitors that over perform your GPU, you might think you're making a lasting investment but you're really not IMO.
I just bought a 4K USB-C 27" monitor yesterday. Hoping that this one is secretly terrible just for my sanity's sake. XD
My 3080 and Ryzen 7 3700X can run Warzone and Apex Legends at 4K on mostly maxed settings (RTX off) at around 140FPS, just difficult getting a 3080 but 4K 144fps is definitely possible nowadays.
No I looked at the manual and the display port is a much newer revision 1.4 which has 30+ Gbps The manual also said the USB c was type CX which only has 10Gbps as far as I'm aware! Actually scrap that, the manual is awful and actually it might just mean x1 usb port c! Either way, you don't wanna be gaming over that tiny connection when you have a decent DP 1.4 imho