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8800gt Cooling Solution

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I was looking at Newegg earlier at an XFX 8800gt 512mb for $209, and $169 after the MIR. I then went to Tigerdirect to find this exact card already listed at $169 without an MIR, which leaves me some extra cash to maybe get a slot cooling fan.

Any recommendations? I posted this in the Nvidia section because it's revolving around keeping my 8800gt cool, WITHOUT modding the actual card.
    
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C2D E6750 @ 3.57Ghz, 1.345vcore, load temp - 50C Asus P5N-E SLI 650i HIS HD4870 512mb 2x2gb Mushkin 840mhz 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
C2D E6750 @ 3.57Ghz, 1.345vcore, load temp - 50C Asus P5N-E SLI 650i HIS HD4870 512mb 2x2gb Mushkin 840mhz 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
1000Gb, 250Gb, 160Gb - External Windows XP Acer AL2216W Saitek Eclipse 2 
PowerCaseMouse
Coolermaster 650w PSU Xion Onyx (black/green) Logitech MX310 
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Honestly, if you get the Rev2 card, I doubt you will really need an aftermarket cooler. Mine does the job pretty well (mid 40's idle and under 60 load at 35-60% fan speed). If you really want an aftermarket, Duorb and Accelero seem to be good choices.
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