Legit Video Card Reviews
EVGA GeForce GT 240 SuperClocked Video Card Review
|Date:||Mon, Nov 30, 2009 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
EVGA GT 240 SuperClocked
The EVGA GeForce GT 240 SuperClocked graphics card is a single slot graphics card that has plastic fan housing over the heat sink and features a small cooling fan to keep the card nice and cool.
As you can see the GeForce GT 240 is slightly longer than a GeForce GT 220, but not by too much. In case you are wondering, the EVGA GeForce GT 240 SuperClocked measures in at seven and a half inches while the EVGA GeForce GT 220 SSC comes in at a quaint six and five-eighths of an inch in length.
Taking a look along the top edge of the card you will notice that it doesn't have any 6-pin PCI-E power connectors on it. This is because the card doesn't need any external power connectors. This is great news for those that own store bought Dell or HP systems as often you don't have any 6-pin PCI-E power connectors available inside your chassis. What size of a power supply do you need to run a GeForce GT 240? NVIDIA recommends that you have a minimum of a 300 Watt power supply with +12 Volt current rating of 18 Amps. Most power supplies have a sticker on the side of them that will show the ratings on it if you are unsure of what you have.
The back of the EVGA GeForce GT 240 SuperClocked graphics card has a
serial number sticker on it, in the event card ever needs to be RMA'd,
so it is pretty bare and boring as you can see from the image above.
This video card is covered by the EVGA two year warranty program, but
you must register the product for the warranty to be valid for this length of time. Consumers that
fail to register the card within 30 days will get stuck with a one year
The EVGA GeForce GT 240 SuperClocked graphics card has a single VGA and dual-link DVI-I outputs along with an HDMI 1.3s output. Both the Dual-link DVI and HDMI outputs can be used to send high-definition video to an HDTV via single cable (audio too, if running HDMI). The GeForce GT 240 card has a 240Hz Max Refresh Rate and supports resolutions up to 2048x1536 with an analog connection and up to 2560x1600 with a digital connection.
Next Page - Retail Box and Bundle
Page 1 - The EVGA GeForce GT 240
Page 2 - EVGA GT 240 SuperClocked
Page 3 - Retail Box and Bundle
Page 4 - The Test System
Page 5 - Batman: Arkham Asylum
Page 6 - Resident Evil 5
Page 7 - Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.
Page 8 - FurMark 1.7.0
Page 9 - 3DMark Vantage
Page 10 - Temperature Testing
Page 11 - Power Consumption
Page 12 - EVGA GT 240 Overclocking
Page 13 - Final Thoughts and Conclusions