Summary: Almost 3 years now, and it does everything I need. It is enough to play many games, has support for 3 monitors and was a great price (was $99 when I got it) I always trust Asus when it comes to motherboards and video cards (not everything they make though!) these products are always superior quality.
Summary: I bought the item as "box may be damaged" when the item arrived the OEM box was flawless. This video card performs the way I expected it to. It was a nice upgrade for a dead Radeon HD5670 1GB that i had previously. overall i would rate this product 5 stars.
Summary: Just think its right to give this card its due with a great review. Year ago I abandoned my old OEM system with athlon 64 x2 Brisbane 2.5 ghz chip with onboard graphics. I honestly knew little about what went on inside the box and when games i liked became so unplayable even at the very lowest settings I began to look around at the best way to update.
Pros: PCIe powered ( no external power required ), good performance for the price. Brought an old system back into modern day computing.
Cons: recently installed and system is stable so none so far.
Summary: Bought this card to crossfire with the A10 5800k and I am not dissappointed. Performance seems to match the 7750 when used with the APU. Plays all my games in Medium to High settings at 1080p. Asus makes a great card here.
Summary: I'm so happy with this card!! I got 3 monitors with the same card now! Amazing. On point, though,you got 3 ports: 1) HDMI 2) DVI 3) DISPLAYPORT If you need to plug another HDMI or DVI monitor, you'll need an active displayport converter cable. For the benchmarks, I won't go there since I don't game with my PC, only video and multitasking and so far, it does the job.
Summary: Great card for the price. Can handle playing even the latest games on low settings which for the most part look good at 1080p on a 55 inch tv.
Pros: Great little HTPC card. It even plays Crysis 3 (low settings) in hybrid crossfire with my 5800k at 20-40 fps on a 1080p 55inch tv(usually 20-30 though). Handles video really well. I haven't tested Bluray yet, but shouldn't be a problem. Like Carbon Rod said, It works in Linux, which is great because I needed that for work and it gave me no problems. Runs very cool, even when maxed out in msi afterburner. I think I haven't even seen it hit 50c.