BFG Tech updated their Phobos Advanced and Elite Editions Gaming/Home Theater System today by adding the Intel’s Core i7 950 and 975 processors, respectively.  Outside of that much of the massive gaming rig has remained the same, which includes an 8-inch touchscreen with 1 touch overclocking, in home concierge service and a built-in iPod/iPhone dock.  The updated Phobos rigs should be available shortly and start at $5,000.

Full release after the ‘leap’

Lake Forest, IL – (June 1, 2009) – BFG Technologies®, Inc., the leading North American and European supplier of advanced NVIDIA-based 3D graphics cards, and award-winning power supplies announced today that the Phobos™ Advanced and Elite Editions Gaming/Home Theater System now come standard with Intel’s Core i7 950 and 975 processors respectively.  The upgraded processors are now the default CPUs for the Phobos Advanced and Elite and are available at no additional charge to customers.

“Since first announcing the Phobos we have been committed to offering the best components available in order deliver unbelievable performance,” said John Malley, Senior Director of Marketing for BFG Technologies.  “Offering these processors is the only logical step for company like ours that is hell bent on building the best systems possible.”

Being one of the first system builders to offer the new processors is yet another example of that commitment in a long line of achievements for BFG and the Phobos Systems.  BFG Phobos firsts include:

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