Summary: I bought this card for a little over $200 I believe (been awhile so not positive). This card has worked flawlessy from the first time I plugged it in and is still working great today. Right out of the box it played any game I threw at it and still had consistent FPS. I did take another reviewers recommendation on installing MSI Afterburner just so I could tweak the fan settings to run higher to make sure this thing stays cool.
Summary: When I was running only one of these cards I was able to push almost max settings on every game I own, including, World of Warcraft, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Skyrim (with the HD mod installed), Borderlands 2, Civilization V, Guild Wars 2, and Battlefield 4. It has a hard time running Total War: Shogun at max settings during wars, but this may also be from my processor as well (the card and processor have to share rendering an entire of army of small individually...
Summary: I've had these cards running in SLI for a year now and I have never been disappointed. At the time of purchase, buying two of these was cheaper than buying one gtx580 and I'm glad I went this way as these cards run cool and quiet. I've never seen them above 75C and I generally run at higher than recommended specs. Most recently I played Witcher 2 and frame rates were over 100 easily at 1080p.
Summary: Pros: - Great performance for gaming. Running World of Warcraft Pandaria on Ultra setting and getting 65-102FPS while questing on default settings and 48 (Sha of Anger) and 48-65 in raid scenarios(1920x1080 resolution, max settings). Much improved from what I had. - Lots of flexibility and tooling - Good cooling - Cool looking Cons: - The CD with the drivers was useless.
Summary: This card, while not as hi-spec as a 600-series card, can run modern games on high settings beautifully, while not taking up much space in the tower. It makes for a good card in a mid-tower, especially with an older motherboard, as it plugs into a PCI 2 port. Most new gaming graphics cards need a PCI 3 port, which can only be found on new, expensive motherboards.
Summary: Finally I got my dream graphics card. I wanted a good nVidia card at reasonable price and here I got it. After installing this card, the Cycles rendering in Blender is amazingly fast. When i compared, it took 2.3 secs to render test sample frame with CPU and when changed to GPU, 50 frames were rendered in 5 seconds.
Summary: I've got this card in a custom built PC with an AsRock Fatality P67 Professional mobo and an Intel i7 2600K. It runs Crysis, Diablo 3, whatever else I throw at it with all settings maxed out shutter free. I've also done some video editing with Adobe Premiere and After Effects, and it handles the rendering nicely. I have it hooked up to a 24in 1080p monitor and a 19in monitor as well, no issues. Dual booting Windows 7 and Ubuntu, and it works well on both.