Sapphire Radeon R7-240 2GB 128bit DDR5
Radeon R7 240 card are available in two memory variants
GDDR5 and DDR3. The first one is clocked at effective 4600 MHz, while the other is running at 1800 MHz.
Both models will use 128-bit memory interface. Also both cards are clocked at 730 MHz.
This the actual clock speed of the Radeon HD 8570, the OEM model you have probably never heard of.
Radeon R7 250 Specifications All Radeon R7 250 graphics cards are clocked at 1000 MHz with a boost at 1050 MHz.
This is a direct rebrand of HD 8670. The R7 250 will use Oland XT with more streaming processors,
although the number is still unknown. The R7 250 will either use DDR5 or GDDR5 memory with the
same clock speeds as R7 240s.
|CUDA Cores||730 MHz|
|Maximum Digital Resolution||DVI: 2560 x 1600 / HDMI: 4096 x 2160 / VGA: 2048 x 1536|
|Memory Interface||128 bit Memory Bus GDDR5 Memory Type 4600 MHz, 4600 MHz Effective 2 GB Size|
|Standard Display Connectors||DVI-D (Single-Link), HDMI, VGA|
|Graphics Memory||Sapphire Radeon R7-240 2GB 128bit DDR5|