My ATI 9800 Pro runs pretty hot, and I saw this nice looking Video Card Cooler made by Vantec:
With the speed at which computer components now run, there is a tremendous amount of heat generated inside a PC. *While case fans help cool the system, they generally only provide horizontal airflow. *With that in mind, Vantec introduces the Spectrum Fan Card. *Utilizing any available PCI slot, the Spectrum Fan Card serves a dual purpose of directly cooling any PCI/AGP cards surrounding it as well as providing better air circulation with two adjustable fans. *Made from UV sensitive material and featuring built-in UV LED lights, the Vantec Spectrum Fan Card lights up your case while cooling it down.
I looked around the stores here and they don't sell it yet, so I built my own using old stuff lying around. I put 2 neon fans together by using wire ties, used an old PCI slot adaptor from an old slot fan (sucks air instead of blowing) and used a steel corner brace with 3 small bolts to attach the slot to 1 fan. So how does it look?
The card's heat sink isn't too hot to the touch anymore.