Corsair teached their Nautilus new tricks

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 15, 2006 - 02:49 PM |
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Think Computers has posted a dual review, both reivewing the new GPU/VGA waterblock from Corsair, and examining the effect of adding more components to an existing watercooling loop. 

'A short while ago I reviewed the Corsair Nautilus 500 external liquid cooling system. Corsair was

also kind enough to send me their VGA and Chipset blocks to go with the Nautilus so that is what I

have up on the review block today. We know from my review that the Nautilus is an excellent cooling

solution for your CPU, but what happens when you want to cool your video card and your chipset along

with the CPU all in the same loop? Well you'll have to read on to see how the Nautilus performed under

the pressure...'

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