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Old 27-08-08, 10:18 PM
Rover3500 Rover3500 is offline
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fuzion v2 or apogee gtz ??

Has anyone used the GTZ yet, they are due in the UK any day now but that is all I am now waiting for to complete my new build.

It was a choice between getting the Fusion V2 , Apogee GTX or the EK Supreme untill I heard about the new Apogee GTZ.

Is it worth waiting for or is it no better than the others ?

I will be cooling an Intel Q9450 clocked to 3.4 (8 * 425 @ 1.35v, 1700 FS this loop is a multi block with EK north, south and mosfet blocks inline with the cpu block.

The USA have had it a while so how does it perform ?

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Old 30-08-08, 09:03 PM
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I think the xpsc delta v3 will be better mate

Thats only what I think, so could be wrong
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Old 01-09-08, 01:30 AM
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They are identical in performance, so depends which you prefer the look of and the price.
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Old 10-09-08, 12:17 PM
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do

do it better
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Old 21-09-08, 06:54 AM
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martins lab did a test on thise, they both perform the same.

I got the fuzionv2 cause it was avail a few months ago, but between the 2 I would get the Z.

It's more mounting friendly
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Old 21-09-08, 05:34 PM
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I thought the GTZ had just about the best mounting mechanism available? Either way, as has been said, theres not much in it. Go for what you think looks the best or can find the cheapest.
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Old 22-09-08, 05:32 AM
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We'll have a review comparing the Swifty GTZ, EK Supreme, Aqua Computer HD and XSPC X2O Delta v3 very shortly. But I have heard that the Fuzion v2 and the GTZ are much of a muchness
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Old 22-09-08, 09:35 AM
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Will the delta v3 be better than the edge v2?
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Old 29-09-08, 01:46 PM
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Using Fusion V2 mouning method is great it woould be my choice personaly
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