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Wednesday, December 02, 2009
Gainward GT240

4. Benchmarks - FutureMark Hall Of Fame

The Futuremark benchmarks have been highly discussed among gamers and reviewers. For your information we post the results from 3DMark 05, 3DMark 06 and of course the latest 3DMark Vantage benchmarking software, which give you a rough idea of the performance of each graphics card.

As you can see below, the Gainward GT 240 has much more power than its smaller brothers, the GT210 and the GT220 series:

The 3DMark 06 also confirmed the previous findings with the we GT 240 to score much higher than the GT 220 series:

The 3DMark Vantage offers a a clearer view of the card's performance at various resolutions. The Gainward GT 240 proved to be more powerful than the 9600GT series here and is also competitive with much higher-priced graphics cards. Later on, real life gaming will unveil more on the card's strengths:




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