Odds are good that when you think Corsair, you think of memory. As with so many other manufacturers, though, this company is expanding their product line to cover a more widespread DIY market.
Of course, this isn't the company's first water cooling endeavor. You might remember a full- blown water cooling solution called the Corsair COOL. This product featured several components very similar to the vaunted Swiftech water cooling series. The Nautilus takes a bit different approach than the COOL, however. According to the friendly folks at Corsair, this water cooling solution is reportedly one of the easiest and quickest to install products on the market.
So we will put this concept to test and also take a look at the performance numbers. My past experience with external water cooling rigs has shown an unimpressive collection of low-performance components, so we will take a hard look at this aspect to see if Corsair can do the job right.
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