At launch, Palit sells the only GeForce GT 240 with 1GB of GDDR5. It's solution is called the Palit GeForce GT 240 Sonic Edition.
Keep in mind that the 1GB flavor of the GeForce GT 240 should tend to feature lower-than-reference memory clock rates. Thus, it's impressive that Palit's Sonic Edition card boasts 945 MHz memory, yielding 3,780 MHz effective speeds. The GPU is also overclocked to 585 MHz and the shaders are working at 1,424 MHz.
Palit bundles only the essentials, including a quick installation guide and driver CD.
The card has DVI, HDMI, and VGA outputs. Just over seven inches long, the large cooler and bezel make Palit's offering a dual-slot unit. The size remains quite manageable, though.
- GeForce GT 240 Specifications And Hardware
- Zotac's GeForce GT 240 512MB AMP! Edition
- Palit's GeForce GT 240 1GB Sonic Edition
- GeForce Vs. GeForce? The Sub-$100 Market
- The Competition, Cont.’d
- Test System And Benchmarks
- Synthetic Benchmarks: 3DMark Vantage
- Game Benchmarks: Crysis
- Game Benchmarks: Far Cry 2
- Game Benchmarks: World In Conflict
- Game Benchmarks: Resident Evil 5
- Game Benchmarks: Fallout 3
- Game Benchmarks: Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.
- Game Benchmarks: Left 4 Dead
- Game Benchmarks: Anti-Aliasing And Anisotropic Filtering
- Game Benchmarks: Video RAM
- Game Benchmarks: PhysX
- Power And Temperature Benchmarks