ASUS 2GB Graphics Cards R7240-2GD3-L

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AMD announced a new Product Brand Strategy in support of AMD Radeon R7 Series with latest technology and higher performance. ASUS R7240-2GD3-L is equipped with Super Alloy Power which reaches 15% performance increase, 2.5 times longer product lifespan and 35oC cooler operation. Dust-Proof Fan…


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  1. zolof911

    This card was easy to fit into my small form factor Dell Optiplex 320. It gave me a nice improvement in video quality. However, 1080p takes so much cpu that it hiccups. So I’ll need to upgrade the cpu also. Not a big problem. The surprise for me is that this graphics card also contains a sound card. In order to support the HDMI port, this card also provided me with a nice audio upgrade, which is even obvious using the front audio out of the computer. I use Audio Technica ATH-M50x headphones (which I can’t say enough good things about!), and through these, the audio quality from the Asus card is substantially improved compared to the on board audio card. Are there faster cards? Yes. But you’d pay a lot more. If you need a low profile, low power draw, quiet graphics card which is a great value for your money, then I recommend this Asus R7 240. IMHO it is a better value than the R7 250, because that card is only slightly faster and has less memory, while being almost twice the money. When you are installing, save yourself some time, and go straight to the internet for the latest version of the software. The enclosed CD is out of date.

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  2. Jonathan Steedley

    EDITED, @ 90/30/2018OK, when I got this card, I thought it was great, it did almost every thing I ask, until I tried to connect it w/ HDMI cable.That would *not* work.So, I got a RTA, to have it fixed, or even replaced under the WARRANTY.I packed up, mailed it off, & waited for it to come back, all fixed up.Boy Howdy! was I ever wrong.I got the card back, installed it, & my computer wouldn’t POST, it gave a beep code which indicated “NO VIDEO”.Took it out, reinstalled my temp/back up card, & it all worked.Tried the R7 240, same thing.Then, I couldn’t get the time of day from ASUS.So I bought another card [I had to return it, THANK YOU, AMAZON PRIME!].& then I bought another card, a Asus AMD Radeon R7 250, which I’m still using that.

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  3. F. Carr

    I’ve always turned to ASUS for something great. It works very very well with the Gigabyte board. The problem I had was I couldn’t install the drivers for it, with out A LOT of headache!I couldn’t install anything for it on this build. I had to go the the website & get the software & install it, less drivers. Win8.1 picked up on it, during update, otherwise I kept getting the message “install an ASUS card” (or something like that).I certainly blame both Microsoft & ASUS for not playing well together.After that, the card is working fine enough, with out any tweaking software. Very, very lame indeed. It may work better on win7, but I don’t know that yet. I may pick one up for my win7 computer, & will update this, if I do.Card is built nice, the fan turns on & there is output. Having two plus three gigs of video, I don’t see that there is going to be any video issues.

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