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BFGTech at mid-day updated its Phobos gaming PC to give it better performance at the base level and to improve its storage options. The stock Performance Edition system now comes with dual GeForce GTX 275 cards instead of a single GeForce GTX 295. BFG argues that the clock speeds of the single-chip discrete cards when combined in SLI are faster than the dual-chip 295 without hurting the price.
Best known for its add-in video cards, BFGTech on Monday stepped into the PC arena with its first full computer. The Phobos is meant to exploit BFG's expertise with video cards and will come with as many as two GeForce GTX 295 cards with liquid cooling to produce a quad SLI video setup. It will also have an uncommon, eight-inch front touchscreen that lets users not only track system performance but manually tune the system's overall speed and play both music and video.