NVIDIA GeForce GT 240: Reviews and Graphics Cards Makers Products Roundup


NVIDIA GeForce GT 240
NVIDIA reference board

Palit GeForce GT 240
Palit GeForce GT 240



The GeForce GT 240 is NVIDIA’s new mainstream video card and its performances are in the range of Radeon HD 4670 or GeForce 9600 GT.

  • GPU: GT215 @ 550MHz / 40nm
  • Shader cores: 96 @ 1340MHz
  • Memory: 1700 MHz GDDR5, 1000MHz GDDR3, 900MHz DDR3 – 128-bit
  • ROPs: 8
  • GPU Computing: CUDA, OpenCL
  • 3D APIs: OpenGL 3.2, Direct3D 10.1
  • Power Gaming: Hardware PhysX and 3D Vision
  • Power consumption in idle mode: 9 Watts
  • TDP: 69 Watts
  • Price: around USD $100
  • GeForce GT 240 @ NVIDIA

NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 + GPU-Z

First reviews:

Max power consumption for MSI GT 240 in Guru3D test: 63 Watts.

Performances

GeForce GT 240 + OpenGL test
OpenGL test – Quakewars

GeForce GT 240 + Direct3D test
Direct3D test – Quakewars

GeForce GT 240 + Relative performance

MSI GeForce GT 240
MSI GeForce GT 240

Zotac GeForce GT 240
Zotac GeForce GT 240

Zotac GeForce GT 240 ZONE
Zotac GeForce GT 240 ZONE edition

Zotac GeForce GT 240 Amp!
Zotac GeForce GT 240 Amp! edition

Leadtek GeForce GT 240
Leadtek GeForce GT 240

Galaxy GeForce GT 240
Galaxy GeForce GT 240

ECS GeForce GT 240
ECS GeForce GT 240

Inno3D GeForce GT 240
Inno3D GeForce GT 240

Point of View GeForce GT 240
Point of View GeForce GT 240

Biostar GeForce GT 240
Biostar GeForce GT 240

EVGA GeForce GT 240
EVGA GeForce GT 240


13 thoughts on “NVIDIA GeForce GT 240: Reviews and Graphics Cards Makers Products Roundup”

  1. Arun

    Hi which version of GPU -Z is that … i am not getting any option called Computing OpenCL ,Physx and CUDA

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  4. Ceia

    Not all people are hardcore gamers. I’m neither.
    But, sometimes I also want to play some games, as many. I have: 19″ TFT (1280×1024), E3300, 2G ram, 350W PSU, ASUS GT240/512/GDDR5 and I’m very pleased with it. The nearest opponents from ATI are strongest, but require more power – or, there is the HD4670 which is less powerful than my card. The GT240 is a modern card, with many features, advanced video support, low power consumption, decent 3D performance.. and so much things yet! It’s a great card for me!
    Oh yes, and I’m an Intel/Nvidia fan :]
    We don’t scold the other side, as AMD/ATI fans.
    You do not do this! Peace! :)
    If you like not, than buy not, use not – that is all.

  5. Aaron

    “We don’t scold the other side, as AMD/ATI fans.”

    lol… thats because you know… like everyone else.. you get more power for a much less price when ya go with amd/ati..
    and the support is better…
    amd/ati don’t send out dodgy firmware that can potentially over heat and kill your video card…unlike nividia’s little mix up they recently had.. the 240 is a good cheep card that’ll work well on a system with a cheap psu.. that is all.. 😉

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  7. william

    hello i am looking to get a new pc for gaming can any tell what video card i should get in it i have never used ati card before always nvidia

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