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Old 24-01-08, 12:55 PM
Yeungster Yeungster is offline
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Which Fuzion Nozzle?

I am running an old AMD Opteron 170 dual core, and wanted to know which D-Tek Fuzion Nozzle would be best to use.

I have read a review thread on the nozzle kit where they say that just using the washer gave very good cooling advantages over stock.

Most reviews, as expected, are based on Intel C2D setups atm, but wondered whether the basis is the same for AMD processors. As I have quite an unrestrictive w/c setup, I was thinking about trying the largest nozzle to begin with.

Any words of wisdom before I do this this weekend?

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Old 25-02-08, 07:11 PM
Xerran Xerran is offline
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I would also like to know this. I'm a water cooling noob and I have my FuZion already. My Nozzle kit will arrive tomorrow with the rest of the kit I ordered.
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Old 25-02-08, 09:54 PM
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As far as I am aware the nozzle kit basically (depending on the nozzle) splits the water flow into distinct 'jets'. The quad core optimized nozzle splits the flow into 4 distinct water 'jets'...I suppose this helps to ensure water as it hits the cpu heatsink hits it as clean as possible (i.e. the jets are not tainted so much by the heat being transferred by other cores - is that makes sense).
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Old 13-03-08, 12:42 AM
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the nozzle with smaller hole will give more pressure, since u said ur loop is quite unrestrictive i'd try the smallest first
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