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D-Tek Fuzion v2 vs Swiftech Apogee GTZ

  • D-Tek Fuzion v2

    Votes: 43 50.6%
  • Swiftech Apogee GTZ

    Votes: 42 49.4%
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I went from an Apogee GT to a D-Tek FuZion. D-Tek makes a nicer block. Better quality I think.
 

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dtek flows better in multi block situations
 

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I have the D-Tek Fuzion V2, and I love it! Yet, I have heard that the GTZ is a few degrees better in Quad core situations.
 

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go with d-tech, you wont regret it :]
 

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I'm sort of in the same boat Specialized, seems both blocks equally perform. After reading through tons of posts on this forum, I've come to this decision;

Single Loop, CPU only, or maybe CPU NB... Apogee GTZ
More items than that in your loop, grab the D-Tek Fuzion

I could be wrong, but most people seem to say the GTZ is restrictive, and it seems it's great for just cooling your CPU, where the Fuzion is not as restrictive.

I personally will be getting the Swiftech block unless a Fuzion fan can persuade me otherwise with some great facts about it. Reasoning? I've seen a few people on OCN with the same rad/pump/res (single CPU loop) that I was looking at, and they all use the GTZ.
 

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I wont try to repersuade you one way or the other, but I would honestly just get the one that is cheaper. They preform so similarly in a cpu only loop. Now if you ever plan to expand get the dtek, a bit better flow, but otherwise, whichever is cheaper is what I would say.
 
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