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Old February 6, 2009, 12:34 PM
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i am planning to build second computer... not right now... i am still researching...

anyway... just curious... how good are they?

D-TEK Fuzion GFX V2 GPU Water Block
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=31196&vpn=FZ%2DGFX2&manufacture=D%2D Tek%20Customs

D-TEK UNI-SINK Heatsink for GTX 280 & 260 Video Card,
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=31197&vpn=U%2DSink%20Nv2XX&manufactu re=D%2DTek%20Customs
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Old February 6, 2009, 12:50 PM
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Got them for my 280.

The GPU block is really nice, good flow, good temperature.

I find the unisink better than any other solution you can use with a GPU only block. That said, it is not has efficient for the PCB has a Full cover block, it still does the job..... Some people prefer pointing a fan on it, but I dont find it necesseray. Altough, If I would be folding 24/7 whit the card, I would certainly use a fan with it.
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thank you for information... i also have last question... can i use it on gtx 285? i dont see any different layout from gtx 285 and gtx 280...
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I'm pretty sure it wont work on a GTX 285 as there are more RAM ICs and the power area is a completely different layout. You can see the differences to the heatsink:
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ahh... thank you for pictures... i have a hard time to find that kinda picture to compare...
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