ZOTAC already announced a couple of new cards earlier this week, and now it adds the 9800GTX+ ZONE edition to its line up. So what makes this card different to a bog standard 9800GTX+? Well the first thing you'll probably notice is that the card employs its own self contained water cooling system. This is comprised of a a 120mm fan and radiator module, which ZOTAC say doesn't require any user maintenence and keeps the card cool as well as keeping the noise levels down. Apart from that it seems to be a reasonably standard 9800GTX+, with stock 738MHz core and 2200MHz memory clocks. Hopefully that water cooling will perform well enough to allow a bit of overclocking on top of that. No MSRP or availability date, but I expect you'll see it at reatilers soon, if not already.