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D-TEK FuZion v2 CPU Water Block Released

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    D-TEK CUSTOMS, which became incredibly popular among all watercooling enthusiasts with its original D-TEK FuZion water block, has now introduced FuZion v2, a new CPU Block that will hopefully bring even more performance than its predecessor. Designed as extreme performance product, the FuZion v2 is compatible with both AMD and Intel systems. The v2 design is optimized for the current high wattage multiple core processors now on the market. It features machine lapped full copper 110 baseplate with over 340 dense rounded nano pins and 1.4 sq." pin spread optimized for large die Dual and Quad core processors. Included with the block are also pre-installed chrome plated 1/2" or 3/8" Hi-Flow hose barbs. The FuZion v2 is also backed by a limited lifetime warranty on parts and labor. In addition to all the foregoing, this quality product can be yours now for as low as $64.99 directly from D-TEK.

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    Source: D-TEK CUSTOMS
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    intel igent New Member

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    cant wait to see some #'s from this to see if/how much an improvement was made over the early design
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    I tell you, its an awesome price for an awesome cooler made even more awesomer. This has more pins than the first version if Im not mistaken...
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    Good pics found here
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    excellent, just as I begin to start properly realising plans for LCS.. ;)
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    arg and i just got dtek fuzion :(
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    Gimme Those 2 Quarters On The 3rd Pic!!!!
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    Beautiful looking cooler.
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    I knew there was a reason I've been procrastinating on buying components for water :D
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    new quad chamber, inlet and pins not much but it should increase the flow but I don't think it's going to be by much.

    - Christine
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    yay.. now people can have flowers in thier cases without looking gay or hippy :p

    nice block though.. cant wait to see a review here at tpu for it *cough*
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    the barbs are also spaced farther apart to make it easier when installing clamps

    im guessing 1c-3c better temps over REV1

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    does this work in the rev1 the Accelerator Nozzle Kit works in the rev2

    hmm then why does the other ones work :confused:
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    because the quad "nozzle" of the REV2 is part of the complete midplate assy
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    You still have an excellent block. Don't forget (if you have a hi-flow pump) about the nozzle upgrade kit. It took 3 degrees off my load temp.
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    I hope all the blocks come like that... that's damn near perfect. I kinda wanna see what my freezer 64 pro looks like under that huge glob of MX-1 they shipped with it.

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