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[FS][US] Fit's Dtek Fuzion v1 & v2 acrylic tops

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    you can get any barbs you want. i have seen dteks go for as low as $20. just have to look around.
     
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    How would the dteks perform compared to the Apogee GTZ?

    I've never built a loop but I'm seriously considering it.
     
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    my version has alot better flow compared to the original dtek. i cant really say about the gtz though. have havent tried one yet.
     
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    one block sold.
     
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    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. :toast:
     
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    easier just to buy it now and build around it... for the people that keep saying they want for future setup > p
     
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    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?
     
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    Exactly what I was thinking, I'm planning on water-cooling my baby, would like to have one of these :)
     
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    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.

    8 left.

    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.
     
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    that's good!
     
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    i need to sell 6-7 more of these ASAP. please help!
     
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    Ill take one.
     
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    Assuming there's any left once my money goes through I'll take one from ya.
     
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    they are slowly creeping out the door. i was hoping to see these disappear quickly.
     
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    Buy these!
     
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    anyone?

    price is negotiable.
     
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    cha-ching, yes please :) ygpm
     
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    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
     
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    lol
     
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    well thats nice. :wtf:

    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    I'm too lazy to drain my loop.
     

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