BFG has officially launched its water cooled single-PCB GTX 295 H2OC card that was pictured a while back when Nvidia revealed its plans to do a single-PCB GTX 295. In addition to the water cooled GTX 295 H2OC, BFG has announced a reference cooled GTX 285 OCFU graphics card.
The water cooled single-PCB GTX 295 features Danger Den's copper water block and works at 675MHz for the core 1458MHz for shaders and 2214MHz for 1792MB of GDDR3 memory. The card is still not available but can be pre-ordered over at Overclockers.co.uk with a hefty £576.99 ($928/668 Euros) price tag.
The second one is quite interesting, and quite a bit cheaper, too. The BFG GTX 285 OCFU uses Nvidia's reference cooler and feature 240 stream processors, a 512-bit memory interface and works at 712MHz for the core, 1620MHz for shaders and a stunning 2664MHz for 1GB of GDDR3 memory. This one is also listed for pre-order at Overclockers.co.uk with a £271.99 ($438/315 Euros) price tag.