Kotaku writes, "Need a state of the art gaming PC? Got $3,000 to $8,000? No? Then you probably don't want to head over to www.BFGSYSTEMS.com, where the BFG's new Phobos systems have just gone on sale.
Most people know BFG for their graphics cards, but they're looking to make a splash in the high-end gaming / home theater PC industry now with their Phobos line, which garnered rave reviews at their debut at CES earlier this month. The system comes in three starting price points - $3,000, $5,000, and $8,000 - each with what I assume is thousands of dollars worth of bells and whistles attached. Each features water cooling of some sort, with the higher end featuring quad-SLI GeForce GTX 295 1.79GB cards, a dedicated 1GB card for PhysX, and 6GB of memory - and that still leaves room for another $3,000 worth of upgrades.
To put that in layman's terms, yeah...it'll run World of Warcraft. "