Saturday, May 5th 2007

BFG Technologies Announces GeForce 8800 Ultra WC 768MB

BFG Technologies, Inc., a leading North American and European NVIDIA supplier of advanced 3D graphics cards, motherboards, power supplies and other PC enthusiast products, announced today the BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB PCI Express and the BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB PCI Express Water Cooled Edition graphics cards.


“We’re excited to bring an Ultra class product back to BFG’s product line-up,” said Dean Brady, Sr. Director of Marketing for BFG Technologies. “The Ultra name has always stood for unbeatable performance and our new BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra graphics cards are no exception.”

Ultra by Name, Ultra by Nature
The BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB PCI Express graphics card is the pinnacle of consumer graphics technology and will excel against any competition in the market. With unparalleled performance, courtesy of NVIDIA’s revolutionary unified architecture, the 8800 Ultra packs the power of 128 stream processors operating at 1500MHz which are supported by an amazing 103.7GB/s of memory bandwidth. For users with water cooled systems, BFG is continuing to lead the way by bringing the first 8800 Ultra Water Cooled Edition to market with a custom single slot copper water block co-developed by Danger Den.


BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB:
  • Core Clock: 612MHz
  • Shader Clock: 1500MHz
  • Memory Clock: 2160MHz
BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB Water Cooled Edition:
  • Core Clock: 612MHz
  • Shader Clock: 1500MHz
  • Memory Clock: 2160MHz
The BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB retails for $829.99 and is available today from leading U.S. etailers and the BFG Web Store. The BFG NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB Water Cooled Edition is available built-to-order today from the BFG Web Store.Source: BFG Technologies
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9 Comments on BFG Technologies Announces GeForce 8800 Ultra WC 768MB

#1
LiNKiN
Staff
So the WC version will cost upwards to a grand?
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#2
Chewy
In Canada the watercooled gtx is $980 at a good online store.:shadedshu

But this will be for who really can afford it, just like that watercooled gtx.
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#3
a111087
in US its the same price, look at newegg
so ultra with WC will cost ~$1400, i just added the difference between regular gtx and gtx with WC
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#4
jocksteeluk
i think were all better off waiting for the 8900 series cards or the AMD r600 series cards because they way it looks is these 8800 series cards will not be top spec for very long before Nvidia rushes in more changes.
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#5
a111087
by: jocksteeluk
i think were all better off waiting for the 8900 series cards or the AMD r600 series cards because they way it looks is these 8800 series cards will not be top spec for very long before Nvidia rushes in more changes.
100% AGREE
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#6
Tatty_One
TBH I think NVidia and its partners have lost the plot, if this is the result of R600 not being released yet so they think they can just bleed us for a while longer I might even have to stray back to ATi. Jesus you can but a second hand car for the proce of that WC 8800Ultra, they even launch the 8600GTS and its DX9 performance struggles to match the 1950Pro but they charge more for it, I have always liked NVidia myself but have owned many ATi cards also but I only hope that when we see the R600 in a couple of weeks time they are priced sensibly and can compete in performance.
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#7
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
This is flipping ridiculous. Nvidia needs to get on the ball and realize folks arent made out of money. I know they have been wanting to push the $1000 mark for a video card which in turn would make it where they dont have to lower the price of the midrange and lowrange cards, but they are morons to the end. I hope the R600 isnt the same way.
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#8
a111087
yep, when r600 will be out, we will get close performance for half the price, plus r600 isn't just a video card, it's a media center :D
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#9
mandelore
omfg.... they REALLY ARE trying to suck as much as they can from everyone, probs hoping to take so much from customers they couldnt even afford to buy a cheaper r600 even if they wanted to...
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