BFG Overclocks Their Water Cooled 8800 GTX

Posted: Jan 29 2007, 3:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:52am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
BFG Overclocks their Water Cooled 8800 GTX
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When BFG first launched their water cooled 8800 GTX last year we all wondered when we would see an overclocked version of the card. It seems that now is the time as today BFG is announcing their 8800 GTX OC Water Cooled Edition.

The card is clocked at 650 MHz on the core (575 MHz is standard), 1500 MHz on the shader (1320 MHz is stock) and 2000 MHz on the memory (1800 MHz is standard). The card uses the same Danger Den water blocks as the original water cooled edition.The new overclocked version of the 8800 GTX OC will retail for $899 and is available built-to-order from Newegg.com. I assume the built-to-order means the cards are only assembled when they are ordered so I would expect it to take longer to get the cards than normal.

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