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Total Base Thickness
V1=.220"
V2=.200" (Also machined on the top a little)

Pin Height
V1=.160"
V2=.150"

Base thickness left
V1=.060"
V2=.050"



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Fuzion V1

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Fuzion V2

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An average of 8C (48.5C to 40.5C) drop on load? That's way too much if it was just a waterblock change.

With that much of a change, multiple mounts will be needed to eliminate mounting and TIM differences. It seems like its way too much.
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Looks almost too good to be true. Some overclocked temps would have been more telling. Looks good though.
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As I plan to go water within the next 2 months... Looks like this is on my list.
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that's a big difference

what are you using to load? you should update coretemp to show the % load.
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im no expert but I have a v1 fuzion and under orthos stress it never breaks 43C. that with vcore over 1.5 volts and 246X13
    
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
An average of 8C (48.5C to 40.5C) drop on load? That's way too much if it was just a waterblock change.

With that much of a change, multiple mounts will be needed to eliminate mounting and TIM differences. It seems like its way too much.
That looks like the first review that came out. It was done by a guy at XS that did a VERY "noobish" review. I'll wait for a martin quality review kthx.

Here is the XS review.

That kind of drop can't be just from the block change, there's some other variable that helped with that...

All that this "Enrgry" guy did was a copy and paste job without giving the proper credits.
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That looks like the first review that came out. It was done by a guy at XS that did a VERY "noobish" review. I'll wait for a martin quality review kthx.

Here is the XS review.

That kind of drop can't be just from the block change, there's some other variable that helped with that...

All that this "Enrgry" guy did was a copy and paste job without giving the proper credits.
yeah same nooby results and was copied directly from various sources ...
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I've been testing for a couple of days now. Photos are done, pressure drop testing done, now working my way through a few nozzle thermals and I'll have something worthwhile to share..

Maybe by the end of the weekend or first part of next week..
    
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