Summary: This is my second card for a crossfire setup. I'm very happy with my experience so far. I play bf3 and have no issues with micro stutter. Both cards are oc'd to 1050Mhz and score a 4064 on 3D Mark Fire Strike Extreme benchmark. CPU is an oc'd i7-2600k to 4.4Ghz. Side note: This card didn't oc as well as my old Asus 7850 and is using a slightly different VBIOS.
Summary: Using this with an AMD 8120. Very cool and whisper quiet, powerful card will play most games maxed out but what it doesnt max out(metro last light) u may just have to disable some AA. Great buy.
High Powered Video Quality! Make all Videos Look Like HDTV!
Chief Rocka Dr. Kool "Chief Rocka Dr. Kool", Amazon
29 August 2013
Summary: I have been swapping out video cards since the late 90's when 3DFX was the top dog. Then, it was VooDoo and ATI that I dealt with, then around 2001, it was Nividia until 2013. In this day and age, practically any decent video card can get the job done as long as you have a powerful system to back it up. However, in today's world, we are living in a time where video and Youtube rules. Yeah, I was into video back in the late 90's, but now video has made a comeback of such.
Summary: I bought this card looking for the best bang for the buck and i was not disappointed. it runs most current games at above 60 fps in 1080p on the highest settings, and if it gets a little dated i can buy another and run them in cfx.