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BFG 7800 GTX OC with Water Block Cooling

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    BFG Technologies®, Inc., a leading U.S.-based supplier of advanced 3D graphics cards and other PC enthusiast products, announced today that their BFG GeForce™ 7800 GTX OC™ 256MB PCI Express™ graphics card with a pre-installed water block is immediately available for preorder through Chumbo.com.

    The BFG GeForce™ 7800 GTX OC™ with water block is factory overclocked to 490MHz / 1300MHz (vs. 400MHz / 1000MHz standard). This build-to-order card will feature a water block instead of a GPU fan for those wanting to purchase or who may already have an existing liquid-cooled PC system. BFG will hand-build these cards using Arctic Silver 5 Premium Thermal Compound. Easily hooked up to any existing 1/4" tubing system or to 3/8" tubes with the included adapters, this card runs cool and silent. This configuration is also 100% compatible with Koolance™ Exos™ external cooling systems and Koolance™ complete liquid cooled cases. BFG Tech is proud to offer their true lifetime warranty on these graphics cards. (Card with water block requires internal or external water cooled system, sold separately.)

    In addition to being factory overclocked, the new BFG GeForce™ 7800 GTX OC™ graphics card with a water block cooling unit features dual DVI-I, HDTV and Video In / Video Out (VIVO) connectors to provide the most flexible functionality for demanding consumers. Additionally, BFG Tech is including a BFG “Up All Nite” t-shirt, BFG Teflon® Slick Pads, and a version of GameDrive 9.0, which allows customers to play games without the CD -- all free inside every retail box.
     
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    very nifty.
    probably gonna cost an arm and a leg though....
     
  3. HeavyH20

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    $649 at Chumbo for the GTX. And there is a GT version, as well for $549. Comes with a 470/1050 clocking.
     

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