And for a minute there I was actually thinking if I could SLI two of these PCIe x1 cards together...
Congratulations to all the winners of 3dGameMan Giveaway #50. The 3dGameMan.com member winners are; Ultima94, x.clay, krab & kolosalus
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Giveaway #50" in the subject and include your full name (first and last), username, complete address and telephone number.
For those that didn't win, there will be another giveaway very soon.
Items being given away (4 winners):
1 x Palit GT 240 1GB Video Card (1 winner)
2 x Palit T-Shirts (Mines Bigger Than Yours!) (2 winners)
1 x NVIDIA Snuggie (Keep yourself warn while gaming - Watch the video) (1 winner)
Manufacturer info: More info
The PALiT GT 240 Sonic 1GB GDDR5 Video Card is one of the better budget gaming cards on the market. Unlike other GT 240 Video Cards on the market, this one is overclocked and comes with 1GB of GDDR5 memory. It will play all the latest and upcoming games and is packed with new technologies. If you're in the market for an affordable, energy efficient gaming video card with lots of display connections, then this might be it!
We finally managed to get some finalized specification of Geforce GT 240 card and we can even share some performance estimates.
As far as we know, the card launches tomorrow, November 17 and the 40nm GPU will work at 550MHz. The shader clock is set to 1360MHz and the chip has 96 shader units.
The memory of choice is GDDR3 at 2000MHz or GDDR5 at 3400MHz and the card will come with either 512MB or 1024MB. The emory interface is 128-bit wide and the card will sit between Geforce GT 220 and Geforce 9800GT in terms performance.
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