Pros: This is my second GTX x70 series card (upgraded from GTX 470). I personally think the x70 cards are the best value. You get most of the power of a x80, at a much more reasonable price. The cooler design work much better than the reference design.
Cons: Though the cooler design works better than a reference design blower, it does vent the hot air back into the case. You must have good air ventilation in your case to remove this extra heat.
Summary: For $400, I feel like this was a steal compared to what a single card at that price would give me. Just hoping I don't have one fail, as it would be hard to replace with the exact model.
Pros: Picked 2 of these up cheap during the Black Friday sales. $200 each with Asus rebate. Running them in an SLI setup in my basement server that powers my 60 inch LED TV upstairs. Able to run all my games in full detail at 1080P without dropping below 60fps. Noise wasn't a huge concern given the ser...
Cons: Cards are very long. Had to remove my hard drive cage to fit them in.
Pros: Got this for $200 and put it in a new build with a 4670k. So far I have played AC4 and Splinter Cell and have had no issues maxing the games out at 1080p with medium AA. Can't barely hear the card in my case.
Cons: Sometimes I wish I bought a 770 to be more future proof but for $200 and the ASUS name it was too good to pass on.
Summary: Overall, I was blown away by the performance. DOAs seem to be lemon, not common, so if you get one, just go through the RMA process and get a new one, you really should be good. If you RMA and get a new one, make sure you rate it fairly to the card.
Pros: While I have not tested it fully, this durable card can handle anything I throw at it as far as games go. Many consider BF4 to be the de-facto standard right now and I am able to run it on all ultra with no exceptions to any particular setting. Everything at its most expensive setting still allow...
Cons: There's a little bit of additional size here, but it's a small increase for a huge boost in performance. Cost is a little high, but if we're really honest with ourselves, we know it's worth it and that it's fair.
Pros: This card was a massive upgrade for a great price. I was looking for a good Black Friday GPU deal and this one fit the bill, a lot of power, right in the price range I was looking for. The card is very quiet, looks excellent, and gives me great fps in 1080p at nearly everything I've thrown at it....
Cons: Card is a bit big, but fit well with no problems in my case. Just be aware if you're a bit tight on space. Overclocking software is a bit finicky, but does the job.
Summary: A good card to purchase if you're looking for something that can get the job done!
Pros: I upgraded to this card from my EVGA 660 OC and I must say that the performance on this card is excellent. I've seen 15-20 more FPS on average on games like BF4, BF3, Crysis 2 compared to the 660. I would recommend this card to anyone who is starting a new build and has the budget for it!
Cons: -Price is 300+. May be out of peoples budget. (I got mine on a Black Friday for 250) -Large. This isn't really a bad thing since this card will fit in your typical case. Just need to make sure your cable management is good.
Summary: Got the last graphic card before it was discontinued as of 12/1/2013. I returned my MSI twin frozr gtx 670 just to get this with $50 rebate. MSI twin frozr is quiet but the fans run loud when I start up my computer, this Asus gtx 670 doesn't, VERY quiet.
Pros: $200, its a steal. Very quiet even with 100% fan speed. Love the two green lights that illuminates on the 6 pin. Free diablo 3 mouse pad! :D
Cons: Heavy and big. Most graphic cards that I purchased includes a DVI to VGA or DVI to HDMI adapter, but this didn't, no biggie though, I didn't need it.
Summary: i use this card to power 3 1920x1080p(5670x1080) monitors. it works FANTASTIC. i can max most games and get 60 FPS. you can use any of the 4 outputs to do it too. i currently use 2 HDMIs(one with a display port to hdmi adapter, it even passes sound) and dvi. i have an i5 2500k to back it up.