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Tuesday, 06 January 2009 13:27

BFG's full system is called Phobos

Written by Slobodan Simic

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To be equipped with GTX 295


As announced earlier, BFG is going to show its first complete system at this year's CES. This is a new thing for this Nvidia loyal company, but according to these announced specifications, it looks like BFG might have a winner on their hands.

The Phobos, as BFG named it, is going to be equipped with Intel's Core i7 965 3.2GHz CPU, MSI's Eclipse SLI motheboard, up to four Western Digital VelociRaptor hard drives, up to 6GB of memory, two BFG Geforce GTX 295 card for some quad SLI fun, and a slot loading Blu-Ray drive.

The entire configuration will be cooled by a Liquid Cooling Solutions from CoolIT. BFG's Phobos also features an 8-inch front mounted LCD touch screen that can show important system status overview and can be used to set various system options.

BFG's Phobos will be available in three different configurations, and the price ranges from US $3,000 for the Phobos Performance, US $5,000 for the Phobos Advanced, all the way up to US $8,000 for the Phobos Elite. The new Phobos will be officially unveiled at CES and we hope to see it action.

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