Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Fitseries3, Oct 2, 2008.
you can get any barbs you want. i have seen dteks go for as low as $20. just have to look around.
How would the dteks perform compared to the Apogee GTZ?
I've never built a loop but I'm seriously considering it.
my version has alot better flow compared to the original dtek. i cant really say about the gtz though. have havent tried one yet.
one block sold.
I hope by the time I find a fusion for a good deal you will still have one of these left.
Nice looping piece of kit.
easier just to buy it now and build around it... for the people that keep saying they want for future setup > p
do we have any stats on perf gain over the stock V2? or when you said "original dtek" is that what you meant?
also, how heavy are they + how much would you charge to the UK?
Exactly what I was thinking, I'm planning on water-cooling my baby, would like to have one of these
shipping to EU wont be more that like $12. so like $62 maybe? i'd take $60 if you really want one. they are like 5oz.
i dont have any real numbers on the flow rate but i can tell you that its a noticable difference. the tops were designed to have less retriction that both the v1 and v2. my temps droped 1-3c.
i need to sell 6-7 more of these ASAP. please help!
Ill take one.
Assuming there's any left once my money goes through I'll take one from ya.
they are slowly creeping out the door. i was hoping to see these disappear quickly.
price is negotiable.
cha-ching, yes please ygpm
i would take one but i dont have a dtek lol i tried to get freaksavior to buy one but he doesnt trust your work fit
well thats nice.
doesnt trust a $450,000 HAAS 5 axis CNC?
if anyone wants to complain about the price, i will say that the acrylic sheet these were made from cost $72 and was only 12" x 12". it made 16 blocks total.
after you ad the 30 some odd hours of design and labor each block costs ~$35 to make. i could change that if i made more but im not seeing good enough interest.
my current project entails a slim single slot gpu only block for those of you who done like full cover gpu blocks. it will be a complete block from the ground up and not require you to own/purchase another block for assembly.
Yeah I hear you there HAAS machines are the best of the best.
Edit: Fit's price is very fair and just. I work in a R&D machine shop and we charge
a lot more for work like that.
I'm too lazy to drain my loop.
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