PC cooling-system maker Asetek Danmark A/S sued Corsair Gaming Inc. in San Francisco federal court for allegedly infringing its liquid-cooling patents, three days after Corsair filed for an initial public offering.
Corsair designs and sells computer hardware, and specializes in computer-gaming related products like PC components, keyboards, mice, and headsets. It filed for an IPO of 14 million shares on Monday.
Asetek sued Corsair in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California for infringing U.S. Patent Nos. 10,078,354; 10,078,355; 10,613,601; and 10,599,196 on Thursday.
The patents relate to “liquid cooling systems and methods for cooling heat-generating electronic ...