Sorry about the mad scientist laugh but I felt given the crazy brainwave i've had it may be justified....... The thought has occurred to me that GPU cooling isn't great and even the aftermarket ones seem to be only marginally better than the stock coolers. The design is nowhere near as sophisticated as CPU coolers, most don't have heatpipes and most are also very flat or cover the whole card which only serves to heat up the Gfx ram and mobo chipset. CPU coolers on the other hand nearly all have 3 heatpipes these days, are very large with loads of cooling fins and also tend to be very tall, which helps to take the heat away from the chip. Obviously the main cause for the flat cooler design is to allow use of these coolers with SLI or crossfire setups, that wouldn't allow use of a tall cooler. But most people can't or sensibly don't want dual gfx cards so a taller cooler would be okay. With all of the above in mind I have had the brainwave of seeing if there is a way to mod a CPU cooler onto the GPU. Would be nice to have an X1900XT with a freezer 64 Pro attached to it. Has this ever been tried? Is it even possible? Or shall I just go back to sleep?