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Thread: FS: AGP!! NEW BFG 6800 Ultra OC Watercooled Editions

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    Default FS: AGP!! NEW BFG 6800 Ultra OC Watercooled Editions




    ONE IS NOW ON EBAY: http://cgi.ebay.ca/NEW-BFG-6800-Ultr...QQcmdZViewItem


    These are two VERY rare cards. They are the BFG 6800 Ultra OC Water Cooled Edition and they are NEW and have only been taken out of the boxes to see if they are intact. They have NEVER been used.

    Bus Type: AGP
    Memory: 256MB GDDR3
    Core Clock: 470MHz (vs. 400MHZ standard)
    Memory Clock: 1100MHz (effective)
    RAMDAC: Dual 400MHz
    Connectors: Dual DVI, S-Video
    638 million vertices/sec.
    35.2GB/sec. memory bandwidth

    Water Block:
    Fabricated by Koolance with pre-applied Arctic Silver thermal paste
    1/4" Barbs
    3/8" Adaptor Barbs included

    Accessories:
    Molex Adaptors
    DVI-VGA adaptors
    Driver CD
    nDVD CD
    Quick Install guide

    I will REFUND your money if either these are DOA. Will require shipping back to me.

    Heatware available upon request. Trusted seller on Guru3D.

    Price:
    $150USD!!!! Each.
    Or Best Reasonable offer.

    I take:
    PayPal
    EMT (If you are in Canada)

    I will ship International if requested.
    Last edited by SKYMTL; 02-20-2007 at 09:57 PM.

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    Price reduced to $150 OBO before these go up on Ebay.

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    Question: Isnt that just a koolance block with a sticker that says [BFG TECH] on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spawne32 View Post
    Question: Isnt that just a koolance block with a sticker that says [BFG TECH] on it?
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    LOO, yes it is. But these came stock with water blocks.

    It is the same as the new 8800GTX watercooled edtitions from BFG; it is a stock card equipped with a Danger Den water block and a big BFG sticker on it. The thing is that most cards will have a voided warranty once you install water cooling, these are pre-overclocked to 470Mhz on the core, have water cooling and retail their lifetime waranty.

    Then again, you can remove the water block, put on an aftermarket heatsink and then reinstall the water block if you need RMA work done.

    I wonder which card you would get if you sent one of these in from an RMA....

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    Tempted... but I don't have $150.

    Need a power supply?

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    I'm ALWAYS looking for a good PSU. PM me and name your price.

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    Well i contacted BFG tech about this because i was considering buying this for my bros computer, and they told me that they never produced a watercooled 6800 Ultra nor did they produce any watercooled 6 series models, so unfortunately im not gona be buying, thanks anyway.

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    I'm sorry but they are lying to you. HardOCP even reviewed it:
    http://www.hardocp.com/article.html?art=NjQx

    In addition, you may notice on the box I have in the second picture it clearly says: "BFG 6800U OC W/Water Block".

    I can't believe that they would say that to you. I hope that I have shown you proof enough.

    I am stunned at BFG's lack of knowledge in their own products.

    Heck even on their 6800 Ultra product page there is a label in the upper left saying:
    " UPGRADE TO WATER BLOCK COOLING"
    http://www.bfgtech.com/6800.html

    Really, what more proof do you need?

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    I specificly remembered when BFG made the 6800 ultra with the mounted waterblock.

    BFG is lying.

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