If it is connectivity you are after, MSI does this well, SUB-D (VGA, DVI and a HDMI connector are present at the GT 240 OC Edition.
Cooler wise we see a simple yet robust chunk of metal tied to that GPU. As our tests will show, it cools really well, but is does take up two slots. And for a budget card that can be frowned upon a little. As you can see there's no power connector needed, meaning the card will consume less than 75 Watts. We estimate roughly 70 watts at full load actually.
This card comes with gDDR5 memory (128-bit) from Samsung.
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