Summary: The card was noisier than expected and crashed my system repeatedly. I wont blame the card for the system crashes completely, maybe I did not delete something I was supposed to before installing it, but i did buy the card because it was promoted as a silent graphics card, It was quieter than my GTX480's, but not silent, so between the crashing system issues and the noise, I ended up returning this card.
... Unless I have it hooked up wrong that's the best I can get
Mike Collins, Amazon
20 October 2014
Summary: The VGA to VGA was 1080dpi - the other 3 outputs are only 720dpi - Unless I have it hooked up wrong that's the best I can get. The other 3 outputs are connect to HDMI inputs - If there is a way to make the other 3, 1080dpi this would be a great card.
Quiet as advertised; easy install in 4-year old Win7 desktop
25 August 2014
Summary: I used this video card to replace a ATI Radeon 5700 video card in a 4-year old Dell XPS 8100, after realizing the sometimes crazy loud fan was from the Radeon (not other fans in the PC). (Note: "SpeedFan" is a great free app for watching and understanding fan and temperature behavior.) Removed the Radeon and installed with ASUS, and rebooted this Win7 64bit system without incident... it loaded drivers, etc. automatically.
Summary: The driver keeps acting up and the video display goes blank. Customer support has been great, but it still functions highly erratic. I dread every update to the driver, but I install them hoping that it resolves the problem. Would not buy again.