Legit Video Card Reviews
EVGA GeForce GT 240 SuperClocked Video Card Review
|Date:||Mon, Nov 30, 2009 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
Retail Box and Bundle
The retail box for the EVGA GeForce GT 240 SuperClocked graphics card is fairly plain with just the EVGA company logo, the product name and a couple of the features of the card listed on the front.
Turning the retail box over, we find a list of key features and a list of package contents. The features listed on the EVGA GeForce GT 240 include:
- 2nd Generation Unified Shader Architecture
- Full Microsoft DirectX 10.1
- NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology
- NVIDIA PhysX Ready
- NVIDIA CUDA Support
- PCI Express 2.0 Support
- Dual-link DVI-I, VGA and HDMI 1.3a Outputs
- HDCP Capable
- OpenGL 3.1 Support
- OpenCL Support
The bundle included with the EVGA GeForce GT 240 SuperClocked graphics card was pretty barren as just a drivers CD and the video card itself. No adapters or games come with this budget card. EVGA was kind enough to put their free overclocking utility called Precision on the driver disc, which was a nice touch. The EVGA Precision software makes overclocking easy for those that want to get even more performance from this already overclocked GeForce GT 240 GPU.
Taking a closer look at the VGA driver disc we can see that it also comes with Adobe Acrobat reader, a FRAPS trial, F@H GPU client, Precision overclocking software, DirectX and SLI software and a user's manual. If the files on the disc still aren't enough for you EVGA has provided four direct links to various EVGA websites that you should visit. One being the product registration page, which is critical if you want to get the card's full two year warranty as if you don't register the product you won't get the full coverage period.
Next Page - The Test System
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