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I have a dual fan, non-reference cooler on my card. Not much of the heat comes out of the grills at the back and mostly ends up being sucked up by my cpu cooler. Is there any way of preventing this from happening?

I've thought about maybe getting a different cpu cooler, maybe a fan on top type.

Would a pci exhaust blower make a difference. Of course it would be sucking air from above the gpu fans so I don't know if that would actually be any good.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Phenom II X4 B55 @ 3.6GHz (1.44v) ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO (CPU-NB @ 2.8GHz 1.3v) PowerColor HD6970 PCS+ @ 940 / 1425 (1.174v) OCZ Special Ops 8GB 1600 (4x2) @ 8-8-8-18 (1.65v) 
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Crucial 64GB Real SSD C300 Windows 7 Ultimate BenQ G2420HD 24-inch HD 1080p OCZ ModXStream-Pro 600 Watt 
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Coolermaster Elite 335 
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