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EVGA GeForce GT 240


$115.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Overclock friendly due to good drivers, bios, and cooling system. Offers a wide range of features such as CUDA and other processing functions. Good cooling performance with the stock fan, does not produce too much noise.

The Cons:Not so good for gaming enthusiasts, does not provide the performance given its price. Does not include the usual life time warranty from EVGA. Doesn't match the gaming performance of the 9800GT in the same price range, although it does have other media and processing features that the 9800GT don't have.

The EVGA GeForce GT 240 is a video card for the entry-level gamer. The processing power and memory will support most applications and games, although higher end applications may need a more expensive alternative.

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It comes with DVI-I, VGA and HDMI outputs to suit whichever type of display you use.

The processor is a 550MHz NVidia GT GPU with 96 processing cores, supported by 512MB of DDR5 memory. The memory itself has 54.4GB/s of bandwidth. The card fits in a standard PCI-E slot, and can support resolutions of up to 2560x1600. It can be overclocked for a performance boost. EVGA also ships a "SuperClocked" edition if that's not something you want to do yourself.

Features

  • 550MHz NVidia GT GPU
  • 96 processing cores
  • 512MB GDDR5 memory with 54.4GB/s bandwidth
  • PCI-E 2.0
  • DVI-I, VGA and HDMI outputs
  • 240Hz refresh rate
  • 2560x1600 resolution

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    Overclock friendly due to good drivers, bios, and cooling system

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    Offers a wide range of features such as CUDA and other processing functions

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    Good cooling performance with the stock fan, does not produce too much noise

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    Single slot, power efficient design as opposed to many modern dual slot designs, but at the price of performance

Cons
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    Not so good for gaming enthusiasts, does not provide the performance given its price

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    Does not include the usual life time warranty from EVGA

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    Doesn't match the gaming performance of the 9800GT in the same price range, although it does have other media and processing features that the 9800GT don't have

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