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    Default ECS GeForce GT 240 512MB

    The ECS GeForce GT 240 512MB is a budget gaming graphics card, considerably lower on the performance totem pole than its larger Nvidia GTX and GTS siblings, but nonetheless occupies an important part of the consumer market. Not everyone has big budgets for killer graphics cards, and many people may also be looking to upgrade on the cheap, instead looking for the best way to improve their humble computer. Let's take a closer look at the ECS GT 240 512MB and see how it fares.



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    The video card is great, buy one to replace my GTX260 (K.I.A. overlock epic fail :P) the money is almost an illusion in my wallet but the GTS240 does the job very well and overclocking like crazy (GPU650MHz, MEM2010MHz, and SH1680MHz). I have no complains about the video card meets your service without complaint. I can play any game at resolutions of 1440x900 with my current configuration (i7 920 3.6Ghz, MSI X58, 6GB 1600MHZ). Do not use filters at the highest level, but those resolutions do not really need more up fo 4x or 6x in AA or AF.

    Surely serve as a physx when I buy a more powerful vidcard. But for now I'm fine with it (and my wallet too XD).

    Sorry for my English is not the best.

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