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Thursday, 14 June 2007 11:05

Biostar releases Vista 8600 GTS card

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Biostar has gotten around to releasing a unique VGA card supporting Vista.

The Sigma Gate V8603TS51 is being pushed to the mainstream market with DirectX10 With 512MB DDR3 memory onboard. It claims that it is the first of this kind GeForce 8600GTS card in the world.

This model also includes the built-in second generation PureVideo HD processor. While we saw these cards at Computext last week there is still no word on price yet.

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