Making a site responsive is an ever-changing process. There are so many different devices and screen sizes.
I assume you are writing custom media queries with the 2000px reference. A good starting point is to review the most popular CSS frameworks and see what they are doing. I'll use Bootstrap as an example since I am familiar with that framework.
Here is a link to the most current (version 5) bootstrap Grid documentation: https://getbootstrap.com/docs/5.0/layout/breakpoints/#available-breakpoints.
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I'll be using breakpoint and media query as synonyms.
The table above shows all the different media queries (aka breakpoints) that bootstrap uses. The general reason to add a breakpoint is that there are enough devices in the world using that size. For example, the XXL (>= 1400px) was added from the version 4 => 5. There is a very good chance that the number of large screen sizes (desktop) has increased to the point that it made sense to add another breakpoint.
In general, writing media queries for mobile ( <576px ), tablet ( >= 768px ), smaller laptops ( >= 992px ) and larger laptops /desktop monitors ( >=1200px ) have become standard and should be considered.
Here is another link that gets into the weeds of all device screen sizes around the world: https://gs.statcounter.com/screen-resolution-stats. The data from this site influences when to implement new media queries.
Now that we have the details out of the way. The last piece to really fine-tune your media queries is your audience. Google Analytics is a great free tool to add to your site that will provide the user devices that visit your site and so, so, so much more. If you find out that your customers/viewers mostly have very large screen sizes, then you should make a media query similar to the bootstrap 5 XXL (>= 1400px).
Hope that helps.
Please let me know if I can provide any additional information,