Nvidia have just rolled out Forceware 158.19 with added support for the GeForce 8600 GTS, 8600 GT, 8500 GT, 8400 GS, 8300 GS GPUs.
Here's a vast array of 8600 reviews for you to sink your teeth into. We'll have ours online shortly, so keep your eyes peeled.
Later today we'll have a comprehensive review of the 8600 GTS to let you know exactly how good (or bad!) it is, but for now it's press release time!
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Tomorrow you'll see a massive flurry of 8600 series reviews, until then you can at least take a look at the hard specs.
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