The Tech Report writes BFG Technology will introduce its first gaming PCs on Thursday. The Phobos Performance systems will start at $3,000, while the Phobos Elite systems start at a whopping $8,000.
The top Phobos gaming PC will use the Intel Core i7 965 Extreme Edition, 6GB DDR3 1600MHz memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 SLI, an auxiliary GeForce GTX 285 for PhysX, four WD VelociRaptor HDDs, slot-loading Blu-ray drive, a 1.2kW PSU, CoolIT liquid cooling solution, integrated dock for iPhones and iPods and a 8" touchscreen:
The panel provides users with a System Status Overview—a real time snapshot of the processor, memory, network, and storage data. Phobos owners can also make real-time performance adjustments based on desired use (Auto/Quiet/Max), monitor the capacity and health of internal storage devices, display and control audio and video files, and more.
Each system is offered with complementary "Concierge Service", which entails a in-home installation by an expert and a six month follow up maintenance visit.