Corsair's Nautilus surfaces

Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 22, 2006 - 03:32 PM |

The Nautilus has been found by Corsair, and they've backwards engineered Captain Nemo's coolant system ... or not.  Either way this watercooling kit is the easiest installing kit out there, plus it performs well.  Check out HotHardware, as they take you through the installation, and prove that it is worth it.

Don't forget our review either!

"We're writing to let you all know that we've just posted a new article at HotHardware.Com where

we evaluate Corsair's brand new Nautilus 500 water cooling kit. The Nautilus 500 is compatible

with both Intel and AMD platforms, it's relatively inexpensive, a good performer, and it's very

easy to install. In fact, it's the first water cooling kit we've seen that doesn't require users

to remove their motherboard from their case to install the water block. Come on by the site and

take a look…"

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