NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 512MB Review
While already have from ATI DirectX 11 cards on the market, nVidia bridging the time until the idea of which DX-11 derivatives with a new entry-level midrange cards that support DirectX 10.1. One of them has so found their way into the office of 3DChip to be tested for heart and kidneys. It is currently the most powerful model from nVidia's DirectX 10.1 card, the GT240. The test specimen is from the Gigabyte forge and has 512MB of GDDR5 memory.
The GT240 with 512MB GDDR5 memory has 96 shader units and a 128-bit memory access. Although manufactured in the small 40nm process, the GPU clocked at comparatively low 550MHz. Through the use of 850MHz (3400Mhz QDR) fast GDDR5 memory, the narrow 128-bit memory interface is offset a little. The shader clock speed of 1340Mhz is like the GPU clock is also relatively low failed. Starting from the data alone, the GT240 will remain approximately at the level of a 9600GSO/GT. Whether this is also true, and how strong the GT240 is really, but we want to find out in our review, it just read that.
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