Summary: I've had this card for over 3 months now and I'm pretty impressed with its performance. I'm not going to go into details about the card but here are some things that I feel other people should know about the card: -When mounted, this card does tend to sag slightly (and yes I've checked that my mother-board is aligned correctly and such).
Summary: I replaced my 2 ati radeon 5850HD for this card. 1. Less beat overall inside my tower, 2. I have always loved the nvidia cards and regret getting ati. Though the did the job I had issues with the cards from day one so I finally made the jump back to nvidia and won't ever look back. For the price this card is amazing and will hold its own for quite a while.
Did I get one that was messed with and then returned to Amazon?
Yi Wei, Ting, Amazon
5 June 2013
Summary: First and foremost, this is an absolutely amazing card. I will not talk about it's performance but the issues I had with my GTX 670 DC2. Since heat was my biggest deciding factor on which card to buy, I read a bunch on reviews online and learned that this card can perform relatively cool, around 70-75 °C even when overclocked.
Summary: After a month of use, the video card died. To get up the warranty process has been a terrible thing, specially since i live in Puerto Rico and they don't ship internationally, it being a territory they still didn't want to send it in no way at all, not ups, USPS nothing, if it wasn't for the fact that i have family in the states id be in trouble.
Summary: I upgraded to this card from an MSI gtx 570, and this really has made a huge difference. Not just in terms of power, which was expected, but also in heat and noise reduction. On max fan speed, it is quieter than my old card with the fans on low. It's also about 10 degrees cooler on average, which makes a huge difference in my room, as my computer has always caused my room to be hotter than the rest of the house.