Summary: I think think the GPU fan control was bad, it crashed my game into a black screen, But after adjusting manually it worked perfect. so glad i did not have to RMA this card.
Pros: you need to adjust the power target 110%, I turn the fan to max, I have the computer down stairs, but play upstairs, so i hear nothing. after you adjust proper you will never get black screens, its overheating, and overclocked, or install a audio card worth value, ac 97 crashes the card sometimes...
Cons: to much CPU grease was on my card, and low quality. It had like a spoon full, factory default sucks. add quality grease, , now base temp 23C, I like max temps around 50C nice.
Summary: I bought this card as an overkill for the gaming I do (league of legends) and for my computer science homework. On arrival this card worked great! After about a month and week of use (so convenient that it goes out after 30 days of use) the screen suddenly went dark and upon restarting the graphics...
Summary: MY COMPUTER ASUS P6T Deluxe (runs strong 4yrs to date) I7 920 2.66GHZ OC to 3GHZ ASUS GTX 670 4GB Zalman 9900 CPU Cooler ANTEC 900 CASE 12 GB corsair dominator ddr3 1600 Corsair HX 1000w modular Power Supply
Pros: DirectX 11, Open GL 4.2, 4GB GDDR5, 1344 CUDA cores. Runs everything like 3ds Max design suite 2012, Maya, CS6 master collection, Solid Works 2012, MasterCam X6, but Plays Games To On Almost Max settings, new drivers 327.23 adds support for tiled 4K displays, and 4K FCAT testing. Very good card A...
Cons: only half the render speed of a nVidia Quadro 4000 but for the price I can live with it.
Summary: I wanted to upgrade my pair of EVGA GTX 670 FTW's that had been running in my main PC with something different. The EVGA cards were a little noisy and had 2gb vram. These Asus cards had custom pcb, cooler and 4gb vram.
Pros: GTX 670 is solid GPU Custom pcb and cooler silent (single card) Runs cool Drivers matured
Cons: Did not like SLI Hit power limits continuously Was unable to run smoothly when in SLI Top card extremely hot when in SLI, reaching 94C
Summary: I'll start off by repeating what everyone else is saying: the 4gb model of this card is unnecessary unless you are planning on running a multi-display setup. Or, in my case, you plan on running a second card in SLI later on down the road. I am thoroughly impressed by this card.
Pros: Powerful card that stays very cool even under full load. Relatively quiet fans even at 85% and higher. Fairly easy to overclock, though doing so is far from necessary even for heavy loads.
Cons: Not as much overclocking headspace as other cards, but thats primarily due to the Keplar architecture. Heavy card, causes a little sagging. Included Asus GPU Tweak is "meh" at best.
Summary: I put this card into a new build and I was initially worried that the darn thing was so heavy the pins might snap off, lol. If that bothers you I'd plan on some kind of support to keep it level. Other than that, the thing is a beast.
Pros: Seems easy to OC (Have yet to try it), low noise and has yet to flinch at anything I've thrown at it with dual monitors
Cons: Heavy card tends to sag a little and not factory OC'd
Summary: Don't get this card if you're planning on gaming only on a single 1080p monitor; get the cheaper 2GB version instead. I have yet to use 2GB on a single monitor yet.
Pros: Amazing performance. I have successfully been able to max out every game that I play, with the exception of Tomb Raider with TressFX on. It doesn't even break a sweat in Crysis 3 or Planetside 2. 4GB of VRAM is not only quite nice for triple-monitor or 1440p gaming, but also gives me plenty of he...
Cons: It's heavy. My card was warping slightly at the corner because of its weight, so I had to attach a string to one of the heatpipes to support it from the top of my case. Not really a big problem, but I am very paranoid about these things. It's not factory overclocked, which seems like wasted poten...