EVGA GeForce GT 440 01G-P3-1441-KR
Released February, 2011
The Pros:Runs stable on a Windows system, no crashes. Driver updates on Windows 7 are smooth and trouble-free. Runs cool even when at its processing capacity.
The Cons:Some odd flickering when loading Firefox 4 unless the 2D2 option in FF4 is disabled. Not nearly enough power to play the latest games at full settings.
The EVGA GeForce GT 440 01G-P3-1441-KR is a midrange video card built to handle home theater use as well as medium gaming duties. Outputs are available for dual DVI-I monitors as well as HDMI connections with conventional displays.
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A maximum refresh rate of 240Hz ensures that gaming graphics are up to date without lag, and also enables Blu-ray 3D support with the appropriate equipment. TrueHD support enables the proper decoding of high-definition video standards, and DTS-HD audio bitstreaming enables HD audio to be sent through the HDMI connection along with the video. The card is NVIDIA SLI ready, enabling multiple cards to be used on a single motherboard for more processing power.
- NVIDIA GT 440
- 810 MHz GPU
- 96 Processing Cores
- 400 MHz RAMDAC
- 1024 MB memory, 128 bit DDR3
- 1600 MHz (effective) memory clock
- 25.6 GB/s Memory Bandwidth
- PCI-E 2.0 x16 slot
- DVI-I, DVI-I, Mini-HDMI outputs
- 240Hz Max Refresh Rate
- NVIDIA SLI Ready
- NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready
- NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
- TrueHD and DTS-HD Audio Bitstreaming
- Blu-ray 3D support
- DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.0
- 3 year limited warranty
- Minimum of a 300 Watt power supply required
User Reviews (2)
runs stable on a Windows system, no crashes
driver updates on Windows 7 are smooth and trouble-free
runs cool even when at its processing capacity
fan is whisper-quiet, generally won't ever hear it
enough processing power for casual gamers and web surfers
installation is extremely simple, no surprises along the way, perfect for a first-timer
some odd flickering when loading Firefox 4 unless the 2D2 option in FF4 is disabled
not nearly enough power to play the latest games at full settings
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