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Old April 13, 2007, 02:53 PM
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Default D-TEK Customs Fuzion GFX GPU Water Block for Most NVIDIA & ATI Video Cards

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The all-new D-Tek FuZion™ GFX CPU block will bring a new level to GPU cooling with its direct impingement design, appearance, and high quality manufacturing. Unique to the FuZion™ GFX is the mid chamber design that provides good flowrates while utilizing direct impingement to the GPU core that puts this block at the level we normally see only in CPU cooling designs. The GFX is the perfect match for the FuZion™ CPU waterblock.


Features:
  • 100% copper baseplate featuring dense rounded pins and smooth flow channel.
  • Anti-oxidant treated precision machine lapped copper baseplate.
  • Low profile design allows installation with Nvidia® SLI and ATI's CrossFire™ systems.
  • Black one-piece molded delrin mid chamber is pressure balanced and internally optimized for rapid water transfer.
  • G-1/4" hose barb threading offers compatibility with a wide variety of cooling kits currently on the market as well as direct European compatibility.
  • Chrome plated 1/2" or 3/8" Hi-Flow hose barbs included.
  • Includes all hardware and chrome plated S/S mounting and backing plates for ATI® and Nvidia® video cards including the 8800
  • 100% leak tested prior to distribution.



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Old April 13, 2007, 11:41 PM
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Expect to see this in stock in the next couple of weeks.

Just to introduce myself, I'm the water cooling product manager at NCIX.com. If you're interested in seeing any new products that are air cooling or water cooling related, please let me know via PM or email (email is probably faster).
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Old April 14, 2007, 12:27 AM
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If you're interested in seeing any new products that are air cooling or water cooling related, please let me know via PM or email (email is probably faster).
The Enzotech Ultra-X would be cool.
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Old April 14, 2007, 08:31 AM
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I know it's hard to do for a high volume warehouse business, but what would really rock is the ability to switch out between 1/2" barbs and 3/8".

It's not so much the price (barbs aren't all that expensive) it's the comfort zone of knowing that the barbs will fit.

Anywise.... great to see a tech support face in here!
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Old April 14, 2007, 09:12 AM
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Wow I really like the look of that block:)
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