“medium-low price” leaves quite some room for interpretation.
In any case, if you don’t go into the professional grade product lines, you’ll have to pick some priorities.
Would you prefer 4K UHD (3840x2160) or is WQHD (2560x1440) good enough?
Can you calibrate yourself or do you rely on decent factory calibration?
How important is wider gamut than sRGB to you? Or HDR?
I had to replace my monitor a few months ago too since my old one died.
Since I didn’t want to invest in additional calibration equipment and figured my hardware is not the strongest anyway, I decided against 4k and wide-gamut and went with the BenQ PD2705Q for ~400€.
I also considered a Dell in the same price range, but went for the BenQ because the Dell had mediocre brightness uniformity in all tests, and didn’t have the best experience with longevity of Dell monitors…
I’m happy with my pick, but really it’s nothing fancy, it’s “just” a pre-calibrated sRGB 60Hz WQHD display, but the basics are done right, it doesn’t make noises, has good uniformity, colors and contrast are about as good as you can have with an sRGB IPS panel.
A decent 4K sRGB display would not really be much more expensive though, but as I said, my hardware is not the most powerful, and I didn’t really want to deal with UI scaling either.
There are also a bunch of gaming oriented panels in the same price range that cover DCI-P3 or AdobeRGB gamut well and support >60Hz with AdaptiveSync, but none of them seem to have decent sRGB or even DCI-P3 presets, they just give you vibrant colors and calibration is your own issue.
Also, if you go for 4k, make sure you graphics card can actually feed that display, I’m almost sure the HDMI on that card is too old to allow 60Hz, it seems like it should work with DisplayPort, if Apple’s drivers support it properly (or are you running Windows or Linux on that thing?)