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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

34. Corsair

There is no much to say about Corsair, one of the greatest memory manufacturers worldwide. We visited Corsair's booth at Hall 22 and took some pictures.

All memory modules we at Corsair's booth.

The new DDR2, named TWIN2X1024-8500, from XMS2 series capable of running at 1066MHz with latencies 5-5-5-15 and 2.2V was the highlight of the memory series. This memory is SPD programmed at DDR2-800 5-5-5-15 values. A Sisoft Sandra Memory Bandwidth Benchmark was demostrated to us.

The Nautilus500 was presented in Corsair's booth. According to manufacturer the Nautilus500 designed with enthusiasts and beginning users in mind. Beginning users benefit from the 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. Compared to other water cooling solutions currently available, the 15-minute installation time is twice as fast as the next best competitor.

Enthusiasts enjoy 30% more CPU and 40% more GPU cooling efficiency (compared to air cooling) without excessive noise. The all copper CPU water block using Micro Channel Technology(tm) provides maximum heat absorption and most efficient heat transfer. Fan speed can be adjusted to suit individual needs.

Each complete kit includes pre-fitted, pressure tested tubing that can easily be adjusted to shorter lengths without the fear of accidental leakage. For mobility-minded users and LAN party gamers, the kit also include quick connect self-sealing connectors to avoid having to drain the liquid during transport. (This also helps during initial installation).

The Nautilus500 complete kit can be used on any processor type including Intel(r) LGA775, socket 478 and AMD(r) sockets 754, 939 and 940. Allowing for maximum flexibility and adaptation, Nautilus500 can be configured with additional GPU and north bridge blocks.
These blocks are sold separately and can be daisy-chained to the CPU block without cooling performance degradation.




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