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Modding the Corsair Nautilus - Perfecting Perfection?

Posted on Thursday, November 30 2006 @ 06:31:56 CET by

The Corsair Nautilus 500 External Liquid Cooling system has received rave reviews from many, many reviewers, including myself. I've had the Nautilus installed in my system since I got it for review I liked it so much, it's relatively quiet, and performs very well. I've built my own liquid cooling systems and have reviewed many others, but I have always come back to the Nautilus. I don't like noise and I found that after a while having the Nautilus on high became annoying to me, so I felt that needed changed, and while I was at it I thought about switching the rad out as well. This isn't quite the hardcore mod, but I did get to rip apart the Nautilus, and get to use my Dremel, drill and other tools while I was at it. So read on to see what I did and what I learned from this experience...

Check it out at DragonSteelMods.



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