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Dtek Fuzion Quick Mount?

post #1 of 6
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Has anyone tried using the push-pin 775 socket fitting the the fuzion? I'm quite comfortable with my AF7 and using this method, but was wondering about the quality of the Dtek one and if it will hurt the performance.

http://www.jab-tech.com/Dtek-FuZion-...t-pr-4049.html
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Never tried using that method. Personally I do not feel safe with that method of securing a water block. I doubt it will hurt performance if properly secured.
    
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I personally hate the intel push pins they drive me nuts. I feel better with thumbscrews too since you can really clamp it down for good firm contact.
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I own the pro mount, instead of the quick mount. I dont like the method that the quick mount uses, and the standard d-tek mount wasnt doing it. I highly recommend the pro mount, with the backplate. It allows you to tighten the block down like it should be, and eliminates the bending of the motherboard that happens with the regular fuzion (Well, that was the case with mine) It'll give a better mount with better pressure, which will lower temperatures.

Im with dr4gon, I dont like the intel push pins. Too much room for error. Go for the pro mount, its the best option.
http://www.jab-tech.com/Dtek-FuZion-...t-pr-4048.html
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post #5 of 6
The problem is...the Pro-mounts are OOS Everywhere...I mean...EVERYWEHRE....xD
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post #6 of 6
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Hmmm... once the promount is available, I'll pick up both and see how it goes.

Since I'm new to this and have 2 rigs I'm working on, I figured the quickmount would allow me to swap my WC between the two much easier. Isn't the whole reason for watercooling to keep yourself occupied without buying new parts every week?

I'll make sure to let you all know how it turns out.
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