D-TEK FuZion V2 - pricing, features and who's got stock!

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D-TEK FuZion V2 Now in Stock
 
For those of you looking to invest in a quality CPU block with proven performance,  the D-TEK FuZion V2 is out and looking like a winner. Some features here for you to slaver over:
 
Features:

* Full Copper 110 baseplate featuring over 340 dense Rounded Nano Pins and 1.4 sq." pin spread optimized for large die Dual and Quad core processors.
* Airfoils are used to optimally direct water flow throughout the block.
* Anti-oxidant treated precision machine lapped copper baseplate.
* Sleek styled Black Delrin Top has embedded brass threaded inserts for durability and lightweight construction.
* Black Delrin Mid Chamber is pressure balanced and internally optimized for rapid water transfer and perfect for multiple block loops.
* Pre-Installed Chrome Plated 1/2" or 3/8" Hi-Flow Hose barbs included.
* Includes all hardware and Chrome Plated S/S 304 Intel®775 Pro Mounting Plate with backplate and Intel/AMD universal mounting plate that are compatible with most modern motherboards featuring mounting holes around the socket area.
* Optional Nozzle Kit provides even more performance and precise tuning for the ultimate flexability.
* Optional Quad Core block insert is the most advanced Quad Core optimized cooling available.
* Optional Quick Mount allows Intel®Socket 775 mounting without motherboard removal.
* 100% leak tested prior to distribution.
* Backed by a limited lifetime warranty on parts and labor.


Compatibility:

The D-TEK FuZion™ v2 comes with all the necessary mounting hardware and brackets for the following CPU sockets

AMD Processors:

* AMD AM2 via 4-holes through the motherboard.
* Socket 754/939/940 (all AMD Athlon™ 64 series) via the 2-holes screwing into the socket back-plate method.
* Socket 462 (AMD Socket A) via the 4-holes through the motherboard method.
Important Note: AMD 462 Socket lug mounting is not supported.

Intel® Processors:

* Socket 478 (Intel® Northwood P4/EE) via the 4-holes through the motherboard by removing the black plastic heatsink retention frame.
* Socket 775 (Intel® Socket T Prescott-style LGA) via the 4-holes through the motherboard.
* Socket 423 (Intel® Willamette P4) via the 4-holes through the motherboard.
* Socket 771/603/604 (Intel® Xeon™ all versions) via the 4-holes through the motherboard.
 
D-TEK FuZion V2
 
Aqua PC's, one of our recommended retailers has these babies in stock here at £34.50, and OC3D Forum members get a nice extra discount too!
 
 
Read more on the D-TEK FuZion V2 here
 
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Most Recent Comments

29-04-2008, 16:22:41

Toxcity
EVO-G and their crazy designs. :D

29-04-2008, 16:50:58

Kempez

not bad, but is it really that useful??



At first I thought not, but it has proven so over the couple of weeks I've been using it :)

29-04-2008, 17:21:47

wigseryc
I just drape my mouse cable over the top corner of my monitor if ever it gets in the way.

30-04-2008, 06:36:42

!TIMMY!
For $15 im going to get one when I go to the US :)

Nice review Kemp!

30-04-2008, 07:07:43

Rastalovich
Very funky.

"Lack of UK supply" - I`m sure I`ve heard that b4 with their stuff or a close competitor.

Oh.. and get a trackball guys. :p

30-04-2008, 10:35:52

Mr. Smith
So I'm the only person that thinks the product is junk?

Nice review but I wouldn't get one, looks cheap/tacky and... If you don't have anything nice to say...

30-04-2008, 10:36:39

llwyd
Do they do one for wireless mice?

30-04-2008, 10:40:23

Mr. Smith

Do they do one for wireless mice?



HAHAHAHA! I almost choked on my cwoffee! :D

30-04-2008, 11:22:17

llwyd
lol

seriously though - nice review kemp, I like reading about new unusual products :) I always considered a cable tidier when I had razer mice, just could never justify the cost

30-04-2008, 13:53:04

Kempez
That's it, it is really useful and to be honest not tacky compared to a lot of other 'gamer' oriented products on the market.

The price is pretty good for the US, but importing one really isn't worth it :p
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