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matsta31 October 21, 2008 04:15 AM

LF : Fuzion pro mount
 
Anybody has a fuzion pro mount lying around ?

Long shot, I know...
I cant find one, even new......

brewer265@ October 21, 2008 12:41 PM

I have a push-pin style on bnib if you are are interested.
FuZion Intel 775 Quick-Mount Bracket - Q-Mount
Or you could just get one of these thermalright bolt-thru kits.
NCIX.com - Buy Thermalright LGA775 BOLT-THRU Kit for for Ultra 90/120 & HR-01 Retail Box - BTK-LGA775R In Canada.

Xilikon October 21, 2008 12:43 PM

You can't use the bolt-thru kit since it won't work with the Fuzion without using the special bracket. However, getting the Quick mount with the bolt-thru together will work by yanking the push pins.

brewer265@ October 21, 2008 12:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Xilikon (Post 103201)
You can't use the bolt-thru kit since it won't work with the Fuzion without using the special bracket. However, getting the Quick mount with the bolt-thru together will work by yanking the push pins.

I am using the bolt-thru kits in one of my comps with the v1 fuzion. used the back-plate with the screws from the fuzion. I assume he is looking for better mounting pressure.

matsta31 October 21, 2008 01:42 PM

I only installed a V2 with a pro mount included. Now, I bouhgt a used V1 and dont have any kind of backplate so I tought I needed one, so pro-mount what the easy way out.

Now the D-tek website tells me to do is to use those long screws with platic o-rings, without no backplate.... Anyone had experience with this ? Maybe I could build it like that.

brewer265@ October 21, 2008 01:44 PM

You dont need the back plate , it just allows for better contact on the cpu because the mobo wount bend when you tighten the block down.

Xilikon October 21, 2008 02:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by matsta31 (Post 103221)
I only installed a V2 with a pro mount included. Now, I bouhgt a used V1 and dont have any kind of backplate so I tought I needed one, so pro-mount what the easy way out.

Now the D-tek website tells me to do is to use those long screws with platic o-rings, without no backplate.... Anyone had experience with this ? Maybe I could build it like that.

If it's just a backplate you need, you can get away with the Thermalright bolt-thru mechanism since it incldue a backplate which fit the threading of the screws perfectly. No need to buy a pro-mount just for the backplate.


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