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Monday, 01 June 2009 22:15

BFG Phobos gets an Intel update

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Intel Core i7 950 and 975


BFG has announced that its Phobos Advanced and Elite Edition system now come standard with Intel's Core i7 950 and 975 processors.

The thing that surprised us is the fact that these have no impact to the price of Phobos Advanced and Elite and that those CPUs are available at no additional charge to customers. According to BFG's Senior Director of Marketing John Malley, this was simply the only logical step for BFG in order to keep the Phobos as the best system possible.

The BFG Phobos was previously available with Core i7 965 and has recently received an Nvidia GTX 275 update. BFG still hasn't updated the Phobos web site with new CPUs but that should happen pretty soon. It's nice to know that BFG keeps track and that new customers can get the best choice at that time.

You can find the BFG Phobos web site here.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 02 June 2009 10:27

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