MSI GeForce GT 240 review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 11/16/2009 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Product Gallery MSI GeForce GT 240
Right, as you can see .. here we have the product packaging. Budget all the way. MSI used a dark brown to black PCB, we like that. It does fit the modern look of a PC. You get the basics as in a card, manual and driver CD with included AfterBurner software.
The card itself is the OC Edition, this means it comes clocked at 550 MHz on the core, 1340 on the Shader processors and the 128-bit gDDR5 memory is clocked at 1800 MHz (3600 effective).
What's nice to see is the quality of components used here. Fairly high-end stuff. Quality capacitors, Solid State/core Chokes -- nice. Not only is that good for overall stability -- it really helps out with the product lifespan as well.
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