Summary: Snagged this one for ~$180 (not including the $20 rebate) during one of the surprise specials. This card replaced an old Nvidia 9600xt that was in a 2 year old build with an i5 2500k proc (overclocked). So now there's new life and then some in my 2+ year old build for gaming. I'm a casual gamer so a video card like this is great. Able to run most games at or close to their highest settings at 1980 X 1200 for playable frame-rates.
Pros: Fantastic value for a great video card under $200. Runs cool & quiet.
Cons: Not really a con but I can see that this card can be a little to large/long for some builds.
Summary: Bought it to replace radeon 7770. I also had a AMD FX 4170 paired with my radeon. kept getting errors and bluescreens and after hours upon hours of troubleshooting decided to finally go with a new card. BEST IDEA EVER! Decided on this card for several reasons, i love ASUS (always great quality), good reviews on multiple sources, cant beat the price with NCIX sale - MIR - and Two free games. SOLD.
Summary: Great card. Super quiet and cool and runs superbly. I can run most things on max 1920x1200 with no issues. The other good thing is the price. There are often sales for this card that make it cheaper than others. Note, though, this card is fairly large. My friend got one in an antec 300 just barely.
Summary: The card is amazing for its price. Going to be getting another very soon and run them in SLI. I play all games maximum settings with the exception of anti-aliasing, usually this is turned off completely. Running BF4 at 50+ fps Ultra with AA off, coupled with an i5-3570k. This goes on sale ALL the time, it can go as low as $159 with rebates. Highly recommended, you won't regret it.
Summary: I bought one of these about a month ago to add to my build running a 4770K z4.4Ghz. I was planning some casual gaming... Honestly, this card alone is more than enough to play all games, including intensive FPS, at high fps but maybe not on Ultra settings. But I could easily run BF3 at 80-110 fps on medium settings, on high it would go down a bit, but was still playable for single player missions. The card is nearly silent even under load, which is surprising.
Pros: Relatively good performance/price ratio, Asus quality, Already overclocked (even though it's a bit on the safe side), Nearly silent even under load
Summary: Bought this card to take the rendering load off my CPU for doing CAD work. Packs way more punch than a similarly priced workstation graphics card. Very happy with it so far, and every other Asus product I own.
Pros: 2 DVI ports for multiple displays, quiet, powerful, and more than exceeds all my CAD requirements, for less $$ than a workstation graphics card. Well worth it.
Cons: Installation wasn't as according to the manual... plugged it in and lost all my display capabilities, even on motherboard. Inserted driver disc and everything worked out smooth. Got me worried for a couple minutes though.