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I heard D-tek was planning a nozzle kit, so I figured I'd make my own and give it a try. Heck the CPU now has it's own loop and pump so a little restriction shouldn't hurt much.

Took a nylon screw ancor and went to town with the dremel making a nice smooth radiused inlet to minimize friction losses. Ended up starting with a 9/64th inch ID. Anyhow figured since I can easily pop this sucker back out...why not.

Here are some pics while I bleed out the system:



Before:


After:


Side:


And since I had it all apart...might as well give the base some more lapping goodness


Going to bleed it out and burn in the AS5 for a few days before I report what if any changes, but figured I throw up a few pics in the mean time.

I didn't run a flow rate test, but suprising at least in bleeding it didn't seem to make any obvious huge flow rate differences that I could tell visually...guessing the radiused inlet helps with that.

Crossing my fingers..

Update, here is my second nozzle experiement, better matches the shape of the C2D die, preliminary results are good and better than the first.


Update AGAIN..Trying out the "Showerhead" variety, seems to be working pretty good, about equal to the slot...possilbly a touch better.
    
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Very interesting. I look forward to more info about your mod.
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sounds good...keep us posted. I did the same sort of 'mod' to my TDX, it was good for a 2c temp drop in my rig. Hope to see some better results w/, that Fusion.
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Thanks, will report back after the loop has all resettled back in. Hard right now, but it's looking promising.

Anyway it's not a new idea, they've been playing around with it for a while, you can even buy a kit here:
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...%20Customs

Vortex XP even created there own version that comes with the block:


I think I might also try making one that has two nozzles that specifically targets the C2D die configuration or one that is more of a slot style.
    
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Great job!! If this ends up working (which it looks like it will) this will be my next mod for sure.

What was the original ID of the Fuzion? It looks like you've reduced it by quite a bit, you should have some seriously fast moving water there.
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Hey that looks good...They look a lot like nikhsub1 was making...I think he was knocking off 2-3C with them...You could make all kinds of different ones for them with some solid bottom caps...Jets or slots or jets and slots... ...I think thats one of the reasons fstfrddy's blocks cool so well that jetted inlet barb he uses that and the thin base....Atomicfission92 was going to use one of fstfrddy's intake barbs on a Fuzion but I don't know if he ever did...
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Thanks I hope it's also good for 2-3C.
I didn't measure the stock ID,but I think it's around 3/8" so yeah I went down a good amount.

Yeah, nice thing about nozzles is there's really no risk in trying stuff out. Had an old box of these nylon wall anchors that were wasting valuable space in the garage..

The other thing I wonder is the base thickness and if there would be any gain in creating a couple of small craters or maybe more of a larger indentation between the pins to help get some of the jet down into the base thickness right at the core. Wish I could buy an extra fuzion base for cheap to play around with.
    
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What about just lapping the base thinner....just don't go too far!
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Thanks I hope it's also good for 2-3C.
I didn't measure the stock ID,but I think it's around 3/8" so yeah I went down a good amount.

Yeah, nice thing about nozzles is there's really no risk in trying stuff out. Had an old box of these nylon wall anchors that were wasting valuable space in the garage..

The other thing I wonder is the base thickness and if there would be any gain in creating a couple of small craters or maybe more of a larger indentation between the pins to help get some of the jet down into the base thickness right at the core. Wish I could buy an extra fuzion base for cheap to play around with.
Yeah if you could create matching dimples in the base it might work well...The hard part would be keeping them aligned..Just a center dimple would be easy though...You could also angle some of the jets so they would cover a larger area.....There are just so many combinations to try..You can go from mildly restrictive to Storm restrictive... ...Hey just a center slot might work well to or an X so it would cover more area...
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Bump. Any benchies yet? Very interested!
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