July 10, 2007 - 7:44am — Jordan
DDR Dominator developer Corsair has made a name for itself with memory but last year, after making cooling solutions only for RAM modules, it was entered the water-cooling club by releasing the Nautilus 500 system. The system featured a pretty basic setup and, although it was easy to install and had a price tag of only $200, it hasn't made a big enough splash.
Although we can't tell you any exact numbers, the Nautilus 500 hasn't been as successful as Corsair wanted and because of this the company has put cooling projects on hold indefinitely.
As we recently found out, Corsair isn't working on any new water-cooling kits and it isn't looking into conventional air-based coolers either. Whether or not they will change their mind and re-enter the cooling market, only time will tell but, at least for now, Corsair is happy to focus on memory, flash and power supplies.