Overclockers Club writes: "Nvidia has finally released the GTX 480 and other cards in the 400 series family – skipping over the 300 naming scheme. GT 240's and similar still trickle out from manufacturers, though. Based on the G92 architecture, it is essentially a modern 8800. GT 240's are proving to be great PhysX and Folding@Home graphics cards, provide DirectX 10.1 inexpensively, and do not require auxiliary power in either 6-pin or 8-pin PCI Express formats, as they run solely off of the PCI Express slot they are installed in. ASUS has provided another GT 240 with 1GB of GDDR5 clocked at 1700 MHz, with the GPU clock at 550 MHz and shaders at 1340 MHz The shader speed is very low on GT 240's and should have a decent amount of overclocking headroom."