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Thursday, 09 April 2009 16:13

BFG's Phobos gets an update

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Nvidia GTX 275's and Intel SSDs

BFG has updated its Phobos system and added the Geforce GTX 275 cards and Intel's SSDs as an option.

The price didn't go down, but the offer has been improved as the "performance" configuration now can be equipped with two GTX 275 OC cards in SLI mode instead of a single GTX 295, which brings more graphics power at the same price. Just for reference, the "performance" configuration is currently selling for US $3,000.

In addition to GTX 275 GPUs, BFG has also added Intel's SSDs as an option. The offer includes the 64GB X25-E and 80 and 160GB X25-M models. The cheapest one is of course the 80GB X25-M which adds US $475 to the price of the system.

Although at first glance, the price of a BFG Phobos might seem a bit steep, considering its great looks and the impressive specs, as well as good support, it's actually pretty good value for money.

You can find detailed information here.

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