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Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Corsair Unveils New External Watercooling Solution


Corsair Memory took released today the latest generation of of external watercooling units, the Nautilus500.

The device offers easy installation and promises 30% more CPU and 40% more GPU cooling efficiency without excessive noise. While overclocking is not guaranteed by any one component, the degree of system overclock generally correlates with the degree of component cooling. The new Nautilus500 brings a new cooling solution to overclockers with its all-copper CPU block and Micro Channel Technology. Fan speed can be adjusted to suit individual needs. When high fan speed is enabled, cooling performance is maximized. When low fan speed is selected, the Nautilus500 cools with minimum noise generation.

Corsair?s Nautilus500 also features a QuickInstall design that allows any user to install the complete kit in less than 15 minutes without having to remove the motherboard from the case. Each kit includes pre-fitted, pressure tested tubing that can be adjusted to any length without the fear of accidental leakage. For mobility-minded users, the kit also includes quick connect self-sealing connectors to avoid having to drain the liquid during transport.

The device can be used on any processor type, including Intel LGA775, socket 478 and AMD sockets 754, 939 and 940. The cooling unit is also adaptable with additional GPU and north bridge blocks. Both blocks are sold separately and can be daisy-chained to the CPU block without cooling performance degradation.

The Nautilus500 is currently available through Corsair?s authorized distributors, resellers and retailers worldwide. The MSRP for the complete kit is $159 USD.


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