Inno3D GeForce GT240 Reviewgotdamojo06 - January 4, 2010
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The Inno3D GeForce GT240 video card was able to perform quite well when it was put up against some of the cards in its class, including coming very close to the ASUS HD4770 Formula in most of the testing once the GT240 was overclocked. I was quite surprised to see that the GT240 with its specifications was able to come so close to the HD4770. The other great aspect of the GT240 was the fact that the heat that it generated during the testing was quite low, as I never saw it get much over 50Â°c, which for a video card, is very low. When it comes to using the card as a performance booster in 3D applications such a Photoshop, Badaboom or any other application that takes advantage of GPU rendering, you will definitely notice a difference in the rendering times with this card as opposed to using only the processor to edit images or video. The overall performance that the card was able to give me during the testing was quite impressive. However, for a price tag of $104.95, I would prefer spending my money on something a little more powerful. This is most likely because I do not have any need for a low end card and when I game, it is with a high performance setup. However, if you are looking for a new video card that is going to be able to give you enough performance to play just about any game that you want to play on lower settings and a lower resolution (1280x1024), I would suggest you take a look at this card as a serious candidate. If you are looking to build an HTPC that is going to be able to play HD video, you may also want to look at the Inno3D GT240, as it is going to be able to deliver great looking video over an HDMI cable without using any dongles.
- Overclocks fairly well
- CUDA Capabilities