If the target operating temperature of the card is set at 95°C in CCC -> Overdrive, then the card will be throttled down when it reaches that level of heat.
If it is an MSI card with reference stock cooler, you should try manually adjusting/ raising the fan speed to higher rpm levels, before your card reaches that target. MSI afterburner can even help you make a custom automatic fan profile, so as your gpu card fan raises speed and cooling efficiency at much earlier sets of heat levels. Your goal is to maintain heat below 90°C at very high gpu usage, at all times, to avoid potential throttle.
If we are talking about custom MSI fan cooler, and the fan speed is already at 100% rpm speed, then the only way to further cool down you gpu is to improve your ambient inner-PC case temperature and/ or ambient room temperature.
I tried Everything Yesterday ... nothing worked .. even in single card the temps are hitting 94 .....