Sunday, January 25, 2009

BFG Phobos Gaming System To Arrive On Earth

BFG Phobos Gaming System To Arrive On Earth

It has taken quite some time for BFG's Phobos gaming system to make its way to earth considering it was named after one of Mars' moons. This outlandish gaming rig will probably blow performance figures out of the water for most of us, considering the $3,000 price point (and that is just the lowest end model, mind you). You will be able to choose from Intel's latest Core i7 processors and Nvidia’s outlandish GTX-series graphics cards to keep the framerates up, while on the outside you will be treated to a front-mounted touchscreen LCD panel that shows off all the essential information including system performance and control multimedia among others. Overclocking is made easy with the BFG Phobos - all you need to do is touch the display at the right spot and you're good to go, doing away with the old school way. Other features include liquid cooling, an integrated iPod dock and a discrete cabling system. To up the ante in terms of exclusiveness, BFG has also offered a concierge service with every system - this gives you access to 24-hour tech support, home installation by trained technicians and a free follow-up visit for driver updates and system maintenance. You can choose from performance, advanced and elite systems that will retail for $3,000, $5,000 and $8,000, respectively. Excess in a time of hardship is not a sin, is it?

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