The GeForce GT 440, an entry-level DirectX 11 video card, can come with two memory configurations: 512 MB GDDR5 running at 3.2 GHz (51.2 GB/s) or 1 GB DDR3 running at 1.8 GHz (28.8 GB/s), both costing exactly the same. So, which is the better option, a GeForce GT 440 with less but faster memory, or a GeForce GT 440 with more but slower memory? Check it out.
In the table below, you can see the differences between the two video cards.
|Video Card||Core Clock||Shader Clock||Memory Clock (Real)||Memory Clock (Effective)||Memory Interface||Memory Transfer Rate||Memory||Shaders||Price|
|GeForce GT 440||810 MHz||1.62 GHz||900 MHz||1.8 GHz||128-bit||28.8 GB/s||1 GB DDR3||96||USD 76 – 90|
|GeForce GT 440||810 MHz||1.62 GHz||1.6 GHz||3.2 GHz||128-bit||51.2 GB/s||512 MB GDDR5||96||USD 76 – 90|
Now let’s take a complete look at the two versions of the GeForce GT 440.