FUD Zilla dug up the specifications of the NVIDIA GeForce GT 240, a new mainstream DX10.1 GPU that will start shipping within a week or two for 50-70EUR.
As we said earlier, GT 240 is not a Fermi based design. It is based around Nvidia's 40nm GT 215 core with Direct X10.1 and Shader Model 4.1 support. The reference core clock seems to be a rather unimpressive 550MHz, which is somewhat lower than expected. The GT 215 packs 96 stream processors clocked at 1340MHz and 32 texture units. It also supports PhysX, which might make it an interesting choice for a dedicated physics card.
It uses a 128-bit memory bus and it will ship with 512MB of 1GB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 850MHz or 900MHz. There's also a chance that a GDDR5 version will be available, but we're still unable to confirm its existence.