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I'm getting mine shipped, though I don't remember which shipping option I picked. 14 pounds though, so about 26 bucks.

Edit: That's the site I bought it from last sunday, and now they're out of stock
i'm jealous now! I sent marcus a pm, hopefully he can get back to me soon
    
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Decided to go with it I see......I don't blame you, get what you like, any block can be modded a little for better performance anyway...There just isn't that big a difference in CPU blocks for general WC'ing anymore anyway...You might get better temp's with it then the next guy thats using a Fuzion just by having a better mount...Thats about how close they are...

Marcuss comes through pretty often, you might not have to long to wait...
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well no, i've not decided yet. If its reasonable, then yes i will go with it, but if its 2x the cost, then no way! if thats the case, then i'm definitley reconsidering.
    
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Well, I decided to go with the D-tek Fuzion v2. as i got it at a reduced price.
time to figure out the next step
    
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I'd go.D-5..For pump, make sure you get the vario version...

Rad.. GTX360..Or.. GTX480..Use some decent cfm fans on it, they will do OK with 47+ cfm, but the bigger the better on any rad...

These are a real nice medium cfm fan..86cfm Pana..These are what I use on mine...115 Pana-S/W..120x38mm fans have a higher pressure and are better able to scavenge air through the rad I think....

I'll leave you my cleaning and set-up PDF also, it has a lot of basic stuff in it...Be sure to read all the stickies here, they have a lot of good info in them...

Shrouds will help..

..How To: Make any Sized shroud in 2 minutes

..How To: Build A Performance Shroud

..Part 1- Temp's with and with-out shrouds

..Poll: Push or pull configuration for Radiators
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Thank you very much!
    
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Your Very Welcome...

I'll go ahead and list the rest of the stuff now to...

Tubing...I like to use this on 1/2" barbs, it will flow about a swell as the full 1/2" and is easier to route around in your case and fits the barbs tighter to...7/16x5/8"

This for full 1/2".....Don't let the price fool you, I would rather use this then Tygon, this will bend also most as well anyway...1/2x3/4"

Res.DD 5 1/4" Bay Reservoir..Or just use a t-line if you prefer, a res will bleed a little faster then a t-line, just really whatever you like...

Clamps or 2 or 3 zip-ties on each barb...I like automotive type worm clamp's, I use zip ties to, they both will work fine...Get good zip-ties, not the cheap ones...

Coolant.Pentosin..Biocide..PT Nuke.The rest of my coolant recipe is in that PDF...

I think thats about it, should of just finished it in that other post...

Here is some more good reading material...Take your time setting it all up, leak test well, thats about it...Learn what you are buying and why, and decide whats best for you...

..Assembling your Custom Watercooling Setup

..D-Tek Fuzion install tip! (Or why you should clean new blocks)

..PC Water Coolant Chemistry - Part I

..Cooling - An In-Depth Look
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