Gigabyte GeForce GT 240 Pro Reviews
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"The GIGABYTE GV-N240D5-512I is positioned in a very tough market segment: if you're looking for a small, quiet card for your HTPC that can decode Blu-ray and supports HDMI 1.3, this card will do that...but an ASUS ENGT220 will do it for $30 less. And if you're trying to upgrade a system you use for games from an integrated video solution or an older, slower card, the GV-N240D5-512I will handle that as well...but for the same $99.95 you could buy a Sapphire 100277HDMI Radeon HD 4770 (which has the same 512M of GDDR5 memory) that offers substantially better performance as can be seen in our tests. If you prefer NVIDIA cards, a mere $10 more will buy you a SPARKLE SXS250512D3-NM GeForce GTS 250 or a Palit NE3TS25NFHD52 GeForce GTS 250, which also offer much better performance...and don't forget that the Radeon 4770 offers the potential to add another card later in Crossfire mode, while the GTS 250 can be paired with another card in SLI mode."
"The choice of buying a $99 card or a slightly more expensive card with more features and performance is always hard to make, but this card does the job it is supposed to and the argument about spending a little more money is always hard in these economic times. Gigabyte has followed the reference design in terms of clock speeds and the card is really close to the reference designed cards by ATI with the addition of their own fan assembly. The lack of any SLI support is the one true negative of this card as trading SLI for DX 10.1 is not a great tradeoff for most gamers, due mainly to the fact that hardly any games are out that even support 10.1, while SLI is a solid feature. You can however use this card as a dedicated PhysX card in lieu of an SLI add-in."
"The Gigabyte GT 240 won't break your bank, selling for around a $100 USD. But does it have enough horsepower to deliver the goods? "