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the d-tek 8800 gtx WB is pretty clean, but i like the way EK has his water channel over the memory too, actively cooling it.

that d-tek WB would be so much more nice if it had channels over the memory too.
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It's a fuzion, but I here they also come with a nozzle which is cool

And I just noticed this but it also seems to come with the standard fuzion gasket injected slag-----VVVVV
    
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It's a fuzion, but I here they also come with a nozzle which is cool

And I just noticed this but it also seems to come with the standard fuzion gasket injected slag-----VVVVV
yeah i was taking a closer look at it last night and im not too crazy about that inlet gasket. it seems it might impede flow too much.
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yeah i was taking a closer look at it last night and im not too crazy about that inlet gasket. it seems it might impede flow too much.
That's the idea. Creates much pressure "jetting" the water onto the pins below... I was thinking I'd likely want one for my fuzion somewhere down the road.
    
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That's the idea. Creates much pressure "jetting" the water onto the pins below... I was thinking I'd likely want one for my fuzion somewhere down the road.
well, i kinda figured thats what they were going for, but wouldnt that make components further down my loop suffer due to decreased flow?
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yeah i was taking a closer look at it last night and im not too crazy about that inlet gasket. it seems it might impede flow too much.


Take a look here you just need to open it up and clean the excess slag off the O-Ring..I do that with my blocks anyway, some have hanging metal shavings or bent pins or just crud in them..I would guess you could take the jet out to but I don't know for sure..



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Those impingement plates pop right out, just push on it from the bottom with a Sharpie.

Martin and I have both tested DIY jet plates, with varying degrees of success.
Although we install ours in the blocks mid plate inlet rather than in the top plate like Vortex.

  
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Those impingement plates pop right out, just push on it from the bottom with a Sharpie.

Martin and I have both tested DIY jet plates, with varying degrees of success.
Although we install ours in the blocks mid plate inlet rather than in the top plate like Vortex.

and the jets actually make it run cooler? ira-k was telling me a little about the jets, but the only thing im worried about is my GTXs getting choked off by it.
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and the jets actually make it run cooler?
Yes, by 1-2ºC. Can't comment on GPU restriction as I run CPU only loop.
  
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