Inno3D GeForce GT240 Reviewgotdamojo06 - January 4, 2010
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When you place the installation disc in your computer, you are going to find that the NVIDIA GeForce CD Drivers & Manual display will appear. From here you are given the choice to install the drivers, view the manual, or install Badaboom or vReveal. When you choose to install the drivers and follow all of your pop-up prompts, you will need to restart the computer to be able to continue installing the extra software that is packed with the card. Once you have everything installed, you are ready to start using your card as some extra processing power.
Once everything is installed, you can go into the nVidia control panel to play around with the different 3D settings of your card. Badaboom and vReveal are the two added pieces of software from Inno3D with their GT240. Though you are only given trial versions of these two pieces of powerful video encoding applications, they do show off the power of the CUDA cores and the raw computing power a graphics card can help with. You can read more about Badaboom 1.1.1 here and Motion DSP vReveal here.
Now that we know what kind of software is packaged with the GT240, it's time to take a look at the specifications of the card.