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    Default BFG show-off watercooled GeForce 9800 GTX

    BFG Tech have unveiled a water-cooled 9800 GTX, which fits both 1/2" and 3/8" fittings, and should accommodate "most liquid cooling systems."

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    hmmmm...wonder how much it would be, $700-$800?

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    6 bills is my guese, but its still too much

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    EVGA - Have a step-up program for there customers who brought this card. I have two off them and enquired about the step-up program and unfortunatly for me and the rest of the UK citizens we need relatives in the USA or Canada to use this program.

    "We cant ship to UK addresses" - according to Tech from EVGA, but if you look at other sites that are in the UK advertising these cards they mention the step-up program which is in my opinion wrong they shouldn't advertise what we are not entitled too.

    This program was the sole reason I purchased these cards, I had intended to watercool them using the step-up program but now I'm going to have to carefully pull them apart myself and persuade EVGA that I know what I'm doing and hopefully they will still honour my warranty

    Just thought I'd give people the heads up.

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    Dont think i could justify spending that much cash. Would be a nice piece of hardware to own though.

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