Summary: I'm using this with a FX-6300, and they pair up nicely. The drivers are fairly solid at this point in time. Looks good, works good, and the cooler works, but isn't amazing. Pros: + Price (When I got it) + Effective cooling + Easy to overclock + Rock solid at stock + WILL play BF4 at ultra, but don't use mantel (At time of writing) + Low power consumption + Only uses a single 6x PCIE power connector Cons: - The cooler gets pretty loud when it ramps up, but I have it set...
Summary: So far it's a great video card. I have no problems with it but I would recommend you upgrade your motherboard if its old even if you think its compatible as this may case some unwanted random crashes, nothing to be worried about just kind of annoying when you're trying to get things done.
Summary: This card was a super tight fit into my case, but eventually I coaxed it into place. Make sure not to install the drivers on the CD in the box, they caused frequent crashes. With the most updated drivers I'm seeing a solid 70+ FPS on full settings from Battlefield 3 and 4. Runs cool and consistent. Somewhat noisy, but not bad overall.
Summary: Ok I have had a lot of video cards in my life but this asus vid card rocks, im not going to get into a lot of details all I can say is that it runs great just make sure you have an updated mother board to run all of its features..
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.