Summary: Lovely video card! This is quite a nice video card. It plays most games just fine with the settings cranked. I run two of these in CrossFire, the other being an XFX model. Don't be fooled by the single slot plate! That heatsink is huge and will cover the slot below it! I don't hear the fan over the other fans in my case. And the color scheme totally matches the rest of my case! For an upper-mid-range card, it certainly pulls its weight, and its worth every cent.
Summary: I have had a single 5750 for over a year now and decided to get another one for Crossfire. With just one of these cards i was able to play Battlefield 3 on high quality with minor issues from time to time but not enough to really bother me. Now that i have two of them their is no lag or issue's with the card performing and can play every game i have on Ultra/High settings. Their is only one issue i came across when setting up crossfire mode with these cards.
Summary: This is my first video card, switched from Radeon HD4200 on-board video so I could play games on better settings. I like it, I didn't realize how big it was until I installed it; it's not huge but I have sacrificed one of my pci bays in addition to the PCI Express 2 (not a big deal, I wasn't using it).
Summary: i haven`t used it yet i still need a 4 pin to 6 pin power adapter. without the power hooked up to it , it will not work bit the fan will its vary quiet and its the larges fan in my computer. It comes with a crossfire hook up up but NO power adapter! its recamended u use a 450w psu but iv heard storys on not needing more that 300w (no physical prof or reliable witnesses) .
Summary: This is my first Raedon Card having been with PNY nVidia cards the last 10 years or so. I am very impressed with the graphics, speed and clarity this card demonstrates. The last Diamond card I had was a viper 550 so I had experience with Diamond and it had become a trusted name. When I built the new system I wanted to try the ATI cards since the bus and processors work so tightly now with AMD products and architecture. I have not been disappointed in the slightest.
Summary: The product is working perfectly, the packaging was intact. Delivered on time. I'd recommend this graphics card to anyone that's looking for a good graphics without wanting to spend too much money.
Summary: I have an Asus motherboard with crossfire capability. Bought this card as it was well rated on Tom's hardware and because if coupled to a second one then again it had a 'best in price range' rating. I use a single card and it replaced an older (cheaper) Nvidia 6600 card. Perhaps unsurprisingly the difference was great.
Summary: I ordered this card for it's custom cooling mainly, and it dose run very cool indeed, 40 - 44 degrees not on load and it's not passed 70 degrees while gaming. However the fan is VERY, VERY loud on this card, much louder than the 9800GT I was upgrading from. It has very good performance in game and has ran everything I have tested it on at max settings. It was rated 7.3/7.9 on windows 7 ultimate 64Bit. All in all I'm very pleased with my purchase, very fast, very cold.
Summary: I have owned this card now for about 3 months. I find it very fast, reliable and very low temperature running. I have it in an i7 system and it is just begging me to dual crossfire it with another card! It is slimfit and only takes up 1 PCI 2.0 slot, it doesn't write off 2 slots, which is a bonus. Also, with my crossfire/ATI board, it auto-routes the audio from the card when I use Native HDMI, which is brilliant!