The GeForce GT 240 occupies a single slot and supports output to DVI, VGA, and HDMI. Along with the fact that the graphics card does not require external power, we may have a winner for HTPCs on our hands. EVGA's Precision Software is also included.
EVGA Precision Software
The EVGA GeForce GT 240 was benchmarked using my system, which consists of an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400, a motherboard based on Intel's P35 chipset and 4GB DDR2 memory. The operating system used was Windows 7 Ultimate.
Hardware and Operating System
Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 3.0GHz
DFI LanParty LT P35-T2R P35 Chipset Motherboard
4GB OCZ Gold DDR2 Memory at 800MHz (PC2-6400)
PC Power and Cooling 1000W Power Supply
Dell 2407WFP Monitor
Windows 7 Ultimate
Graphics Cards, Drivers, and Driver Settings
EVGA GeForce GT 240 Superclocked at stock settings, Forceware 195.50
EVGA GeForce 9800GT at stock settings, Forceware 191.07
60Hz Refresh Rate
PhysX GPU Acceleration Enabled
Left 4 Dead (timedemo)
Tom Clancy's HAWX (in-game benchmark), DX10 and DX10.1
Unreal Tournament 3 Benchmarking Tool (DX9 and DX10)
Call of Duty 4 (timedemo)
Call of Duty: World at War (timedemo)
Badaboom (video encode test)
Here is a photograph of the graphics card installed in my system.