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.
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.
Summary: Blu-rays and 3D play flawless now! Quick and easy install. I also downloaded the EVGA Precision X software to customize the card's settings. It works great and the card now runs extremely cool (28 deg Cel). 1 star off for size and power cable placement. My HTPC style case barely fits this card in.
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.
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.
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.
Summary: This video card has worked flawlessly since December 4, 2011 :D Every video game I've installed have played with excellent graphics. I try to push the settings to the maximum and it's just like child's play :)