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Old April 24, 2008, 01:55 PM
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Ok, I'm trying to stay calm... But I can't find ANY D-Tek FuZion CPU Blocks at Directcanada or NCIX!
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Old April 24, 2008, 04:26 PM
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They should have more in stock soon.
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Old April 24, 2008, 05:10 PM
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I doubt they will.... I was actually asking Linus about that..... looks like there are not going to be anymore for untold reasons. I've managed to get one of the last ones, should be here soon
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Old April 24, 2008, 05:59 PM
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That sucks, I guess I'm going with an Apogee then, any chance you wanna part with yours Cptn?
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Yeah when I get my fusion I was going to sell the Apogee GT. Bowed and all. Fire me off a PM. Are you in Vancouver?
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Old April 25, 2008, 12:27 AM
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you could always try firing off an email to Linus@ncix.com and see if he can find one for you like he was able to do for Vortex...
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Old April 25, 2008, 04:48 AM
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well i have 2 fuzion's and i am not going to be using one. There is a slight nic on t he outer edge so it shouldn't affect heat transfer. PM if your interested. Also check out the EK block. It's quite nice (built a wc rig for a friend with one). Around the same price as the D-Tek.
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Old April 25, 2008, 04:43 PM
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well i have 2 fuzion's and i am not going to be using one. There is a slight nic on t he outer edge so it shouldn't affect heat transfer. PM if your interested. Also check out the EK block. It's quite nice (built a wc rig for a friend with one). Around the same price as the D-Tek.
lcdguy what setup did you use with the EK Supreme? Is it on it's own loop or shared? What are the temperatures and did you compare them to the same setup using the FuZion?

Thanks in advance
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Old April 25, 2008, 08:15 PM
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Looks like the Fuzion is available again.
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Old April 25, 2008, 08:33 PM
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lcdguy what setup did you use with the EK Supreme? Is it on it's own loop or shared? What are the temperatures and did you compare them to the same setup using the FuZion?

Thanks in advance
Unfortunately my freind has it now. As far as the loop setup was concerned it was also cooling a hd3870 being piped into a thermochill pa120.1 rad with a scythe ltrakaze 3000RPM High Static Preassure fan. I personally don't have the EK cpu block but i have my fuzion and 2 ek gpu blocks and it cools admirably. Now i haven't overclocked mine yet but cpu temps hover around 33-35 in idle and go up to 37-38 under load. I have a 5000+ BE at stock speed and voltage. There were little things that bugged me about the ek block but they were mostly moot. The ek block doesn't come with spring limiters while the d-tek does. The cpu plate is crewed to the ek while the d-tek is sperate. How ever the shinyness of the EK was far superior than the D-tek. Also the barb spacing is much wider than the d-teck so using hose clamps was not an issue. If Ek were to include spring limiters and seperate the mounting plates then i would probably get the EK in my next build. Also for what it's worth. The EK gpu blocks are freaking awesome. I have to 2 crossfire for my hd3850's
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