Had enough with the poor reference cooler so decided to fit my Thermalright HR-03 non-rev.A left over from my X1900XTX.
I bought the HR-03 very early on, the only thing missing is the 2 mounting holes in the middle of the bracket.
I have taken pics, but they are on a camera that I can't find my cable... I'll need to transplant to my other cam. I have a feeling the quality is bad since I never used this cam before. I'll update later.
Temps - I paper recorded some temps, due to rushing writing I can't decipher my own handwriting so some temps are missing [rolleyes]
Case - CM690 with 140mm side panel Yate Loon low speed fan.
Reference cooler @29% - effectively silent, but poor cooling
Idle GPU 55C / AMB 42C / MEM 45C
3DM06 - GPU 91C
Supreme Commander Forged Alliance (high details, 1280x1024) - GPU upto 95C
Team Fortress 2 (high details, no HDR, 1280x1024) - GPU upto 72C
HR-03 with no-name <1700rpm 120mm fan @5V (I estimate about 800rpm, but essentially inaudible)
Idle GPU 42C/ AMB 36C / MEM 34C
Supreme Commander Forged Alliance - GPU 54C / AMB 44C / MEM 46C
Team Fortress 2 - GPU 50C / AMD 41C / MEM 42C
If you're wondering why Ambient is less, its most likely due to direct PCB airflow from the 120mm fan.
I am going to run some games and 3DMark06 again, with Everest temp logging enabled.