Over the past week or so, through a bit of perseverance and luck, I bought a retail BBA Radeon X1950 Pro video card and a Zalman VF900-CU LED hs/fan for a ridiculously cheap price....and I mean ridiculous! But after doing a lot of reading on a few forums, I think I may have purchased the wrong hs/fan. I thought the Zalman was one of the preferred hs/fan combos out there, but quite a few seem to recommend the Accelero 2 as the hs to really own for best performance for the X1950 Pro. Should I go ahead and install the darned thing or take it back and order the Accelero 2? Some background info: System includes an Athlon64 4000+ OC'd to 3.0GHz with a Zalman 9500 cooler, 2GB Corsair XMS DDR, an ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe mb, Seagate SATA hd, Win XP Pro, all housed in a Cooler Master Centurion 5 case w/3 fans....80 front, 80 side panel, and 120 rear exhaust. I am currently using the stock hs/fan on the X1950 and the Catalyst 6.12 drivers, and I know you all will beat me about the head and shoulders for this....the CCC. I have used the CCC to overclock the card to 621 core, 770 memory (I have had the memory up to 789, but had artifacts after about a half-hour of gaming.) It was stable until that point and I think the problem was probably heat related.....temp at the time was over 70C. So, run with the Zalman or go for the Accelero or any better suggestions? Thanks for the help with the newb here.