AXLE GeForce GT 240 Video Card Review

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The Test System

All testing was done on a fresh install of Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
with all the latest updates installed. All benchmarks were completed on
the desktop with no other software programs running, aside from the newest version of Game Booster to cut back on the needless processes that Windows 7 provides for regular end-users. SUPER * TALENT ProjectX DDR3 Memory Modules were run at 1066MHz in dual channel mode with pretty loose timings of 9-9-9-24 as they are new and I’ve not had the time to get them to run at high performance settings. The NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards were benchmarked with Forceware
195.62 drivers; the ATI Radeon HD graphics cards were tested with 9.11 CATALYST drivers. The Intel DX38BT was run using the latest BIOS version 1023.1057 from late October of 2009, with the Processor running at stock settings.

Test System

  Intel Test Platform

 Component  Brand/Model Live Pricing
 Processor  Intel Core2Duo E7200
 Motherboard Intel DX38BT ‘Bone Trail’ Click Here
 Memory 2GB SUPER TALENT ProjectX DDR3 Click Here
 Video Card  See Below Click Here
 Hard Drive  Western Digital Raptor 74GB Click Here
 Cooling  MASSCOOL 8WA741 92mm Tower Click Here
 Power Supply  Corsair TX750W Click Here
Operating System Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit Click Here
Chassis Thermaltake Element T Click Here
 

Cards Tested:
  • Sapphire Radeon HD 4670 512MB GDDR4 750/1100 MHz
  • ASUS GeForce EN9600 GSO 384MB GDDR3 600/900/1700 MHz
  • AXLE 3D GeForce GT 240 512MB GDDR5 550/1800/1340 MHz
AXLE GeForce GT 240 details:

GPUz 0.3.8

GPUz 0.3.8

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