So I've just about dedicated myself to getting a Sapphire RX 480 Nitro, yet for the past couple of months, one of my monitors has been having problems. On boot, it would take some time before the monitor would actually turn on. It used to be a fairly short wait, but now, it's been taking upwards of 20 minutes for it to activate and display anything. So what I was thinking was to also get a new monitor to replace this other one. One that would take advantage of what the video card offers. My current "going-out" monitor is a ViewSonic VP2030b (my other working one is a Samsung SyncMaster 943bwx, which my PC and Wii U are connected to). This is what I was thinking of replacing the bad monitor with. https://www.amazon.com/AOC-G2460PF-24-Inch-Gaming-Monitor/dp/B01BV1XBEI (currently $210). Now, I won't go into too many details on how I plan to buy them, but it's basically "beermoney" that I make at home after work, as my work pay goes into bills and necessities. This "beermoney" was initially going towards a Nintendo NX, but with that being roughly 8 months away, and I've begun making more beermoney than I initially started, I'd figure I do some upgrading of my PC that I started back in 2013 (plus the monitor would benefit gaming on either PC or console). Right now I don't have enough to get even 2 of the 3, so I have to decide what to get first. Not too far off though from getting 2 of 3. My current video card is an EVGA GTX 560 Ti (bought at the end of 2011). It works, but it's not exactly a card for modern PC gaming, and runs quite hot when under load. Was thinking if I were to get the monitor first (assuming that's a good one to get), then I'd see about reseating the heatsink on my video card with new thermal paste to hopefully bring the temperature down when under load. Then in time, I'd get the video card, then much later, the NX. Figured that waiting on the video card would be good thing, so AMD/Sapphire can work out the kinks. Of course, if there was an easy fix for my monitor, then I'd hold onto it for a while longer. Thoughts?