It’s nearly Christmas, and many folks will be looking forward to a graphics card upgrade, fortunately NVIDIA won’t make us wait until Christmas though, as its GeForce GT 240 graphics card is said to be launching on November 17th. While it won’t support DirectX 11, it’s based on the 40nm fabrication process, sporting 96 cores, 900MHz GDDR3 and support for PhysX. There isn’t any word on pricing just yet, but it should be replacing the GeForce 9600, so that should give you a rough indication of its price point.
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