Hey guys, My XFX DD HD7950 is driving me up the wall with its atrocious cooling solution that seems to be becoming worse. The card has been running in the high 80s with a modest overclock (1050/1400, stock volts) and as I played more Far Cry 3 the temperature has been seemingly getting higher and higher, with 90-92c being common. Tonight, I carefully took apart my GPU, using needle nose pliers to loosen the two screws with XFX warranty stickers on them, cleaned off the old crusty TIM and applied a rice grain sized blob of new TIM, and reassembled the card using a pencil eraser to set the stickered screws and the pliers again to tighten them. Now, my card is running even hotter and at stock 800MHz core speed in Far Cry 3, my GPU core is at 85c (overclocking now causes the card to shut off a minute into the game) and my VRM temps are 80/82c as well. Seeing as I tightened all the screws properly and properly applied the TIM, I'm going to have to guess that the vapor chamber is probably screwed on this already crappy stock cooler unless the rather cheap CM IceFusion paste I used incredibly sucks, which I'm doubtful of since I use it on all my CPUs without issue. So, after having one XFX warranty stickered springloaded screw fly across my room (used a spare equivalent screw since it is now MIA) and now worse temperature results that are preventing me from using the card effectively, what aftermarket air cooler choices are out there? Is the Arctic Cooling Accelero 7970 the only one, does it have effective VRM cooling, and will I actually be able to play a game without my computer sounding like it is ready to take off into space?