I have a Sapphire 9500 that softmods to a 9700 beautifully. The stock heatsink/fan is tiny, circluar, gold-colored, and feels like plastic when you tap on it. Yet the core can reach 368mhz (default is 277) and is ATI-tool clear. I mention this because I don't want to lose that great overclock. I moved my pc into the room where I sleep and it's quite loud for sleeping next to, so I am getting rid of all unneccesary fans. I don't have enough money to build a silent PC from scratch, or a faster video card, but I'm willing to spend $50 for a passive or extremelly quiet VGA heatsink so I can still have the core overclocked so high for games. From preliminary research, the Thermaltake Schooner and the Zalman VF700-Cu look like they would be able to handle my card's overclock. I'd prefer to get the Schooner because that has no fan at all, but I'm not entirely sure if it could make my card reach 368mhz on the core. I'm just looking for some advice about whether the Schooner could do a hefty overclock on a 9500/9700, and I'm looking for suggestions for the best passive heatsinks out there.