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.
Summary: I NEVER write reviews. But this card is amazing. I was very skeptical at first, spending $400+ on a 'lottery card' as people were calling it. But with the new updates from asus this card has been golden. OC'd it a little with no problems, haven't pushed it very far yet.
Summary: Pros: With all the negative reviews I've seen I still wanted to chance it since I have been waiting for this card since it was announced. Mine came with a boost of 1293 out of the box that I discovered when benchmarking. Well I fired up the Heaven benchmark and it crashed right away!
its can be a lottery with this card mine runs stable at 1241mhz out of box
9 June 2012
Summary: I had a Zotac gtx 680 reference card before which would not overclock no matter what I did , I sold that card to buy a gtx 690 but came to my senses and decided I dont game enough to justify 1000 dollars on a video card.
Summary: Pros: -Quiet fans. They are pretty much silent when compared to my case fans which are quiet. This is my first silent card. This is my biggest selling point. I love it. -Cool. Under load this card never exceeds 65C. -Backplate. Not a big deal. Looks nice. Adds a little more stability.
Summary: Tested all the benchmarks out of the box with the latest drivers as of the date of this review. Heaven 1920X1080 Tess:Nor Shd:Hi Ani:16X AA:8X got 58FPS. 3DMark11 performance(free option) graphics score 9500. No crashing yet, runs cool and very quite.