Considering that you could probably count the number of people in the market for a £400+ graphics card on one hand, the market for a water-cooled edition is going to be somewhat small.
With that in mind, it makes good sense that various partners are doing their utmost to nip ahead of the competition by ensuring their water-cooled GeForce GTX 295 hits the market first. Today, it seems as though that honour belongs to BFG - who claims its GeForce GTX 295 H2O edition will be available in North America and Europe as of Monday February 16th.
If you think you've seen the card before, you probably have - only, with a ZOTAC badge instead. Both BFG and ZOTAC appear to be using Danger Den's DD-GTX 295 water block, but the question is, who'll manage to get their card on store shelves first?
Both look as though they'll be stock-clocked affairs, and BFG plans to let loose a pre-overclocked version sometime in March. The good news with BFG's option, we guess, is that it's backed by a lifetime warranty despite the use of liquid-cooling.
Still no official word on pricing, but you may need to re-mortgage the house for one of these.