It's been a long time since we talked about BFGTech around here. The company has traditionally been very popular in the graphics card market and makes computers and power supplies. The last time we talked about BFGTech video cards was back in August of 2009 when the company introduced the GTX 295 and 285 with liquid cooling systems.
From a skinny whippet of an ultraportable to an altogether chunkier model, BFG's Deimos X-10 SLI Gaming Notebook doesn't particularly lend itself to narrow tote bags but if you want to do some serious gaming while on the move then this is your beast. The Deimos X-10 packs an 18.4-inch 16:9 1920 x 1080 display and can be built with dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280M 1GB graphics card in an SLI setup.
BFG Technologies have announced their latest liquid-cooling system, this time for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 and GeForce GTX 295, promising maintenance-free performance cooling. The two cards come pre-fitted with BFG's ThermoIntelligence advanced cooling systems, with the company claiming running temperatures of up to 30-degrees centigrade cooler than standard air-cooled models.
BFG Tech announced today that the Phobos Performance Gaming/Home Theater System will be available with two graphics cards, rather than just one, as a part of its standard model. But that's not all the supplier has done in terms of updates.
In fact, along with the two shiny and new BFG GeForce GT 275 OC graphics cards that come standard, you also get Intel solid state drives as a part of the upgrade options.
According to BFG, the dual graphics card set up makes for a serious improvement in performance. The Phobos Performance Edition includes a liquid cooled Intel Core i7-920 2.66GHz processor, the dual graphics cards that run in NVIDIA SLI, one touch overclocking, free installation and more. You can get it now for starting at $3,000....