Not to be confused with the strength system and treadmill of the same name, but Corsair's Nautilus 500 is the subject of a short writeup by HEXUS. Unfortunately, this isn't a review, so HEXUS was not able to give the Nautilus 500 a full workout. What they can tell you is that this external watercooling unit is designed to sit comfortably atop a computer case while dissipating up to 500 watts of heat.
The Nautilus 500 should prove appealing for those who want a watercooling system that is relatively low cost and easy to set up right out of the box with minimal hassle. Corsair is expected to make an official announcement about the product launch during CES at a price of around $150.
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