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New D-Tek FuZion GFX CPU Block Available

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  1. malware New Member

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    New D-Tek FuZion GFX GPU Block Available

    The all-new D-Tek FuZion GFX CPU block will bring a new level to GPU cooling with its direct impingement design, appearance, and high quality manufacturing. Unique to the FuZion GFX is the mid chamber design that provides good flowrates while utilizing direct impingement to the GPU core that puts this block at the level we normally see only in CPU cooling designs. The GFX is the perfect match for the newly released FuZion CPU waterblock. The baseplate of the block is 100% copper and features dense rounded pins. The low profile design of the FuZion GFX allows installation with Nvidia SLI and ATI's CrossFire systems. The D-TEK FuZion GFX comes with all the necessary mounting hardware for the following video cards: all ATI Radeon X1000 series, NVIDIA 8000 / 6800 / 7800 and 7900 series. An optional mounting kit will be available in the future to mount older video cards such as ATI Radeon 9800 series. The D-Tek FuZion GFX CPU block is available now with a MSRP of $49.99 directly from dtekcustoms.com.

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    Title says CPU block. Is it supposed to read GPU block?
     
  3. malware New Member

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    My mistake :slap:, fixed

    10x
     
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    Nice looking block. Never really heard of this company though, unless its Swiftech, Apogee or DD under a different moniker.
     
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    Well I dont even know alot about about Water stuff but I think D-Tek are one of the best I think in WCooling blocks
     

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