Summary: I bought this as a second card in my desktop. I've had a 5770 for a while and decided to get another for another monitor when I needed it and crossfire for when I didn't need the third monitor. Its been about 4 years since I bought my first and about a year since the second.
Summary: I'm not totally geeked out about video cards, so I did a lot of online research and comparisons before I bought. There are many variables to consider (compatibility with existing hardware, what kind of outputs I want, etc.).
Summary: I bought this to install as a second card in my computer. the card is fine i just had to do a ton of work to get it to actually work with my set up. The problems i had were more the cause of my motherboard than the graphics cards...
Summary: I purchased this card in the hope that I could crossfire link it with its twin that was already residing in my Mac Pro Server. Unfortunately, I later discovered that like with just about every card-slot upgrade one can get for this machine, you need to be running Windows in order to unlock its full...
Summary: I was going to have to buy a new computer because my old one was "vintage" yeah not cool. but it's working great with this installed! Only issue I had with it was, it didn't fit in all the way no matter what I tried. it still works! but didn't let me lock it in
Great upgrade from stock card but for my flight simulator more is needed!!
2 May 2012
Summary: Purchased the card specifically for my Mac Pro Desktop to run Xplane flight simulators and up to 4 monitors. Much better then my stock graphics card (can run more options) but still can't run max options like I want without it bogging down or slowing the frame rate .
Summary: I purchased a secondhand 2006 Mac Pro with a 30" monitor that originally had only 256mb of vram. Some of the most recent programs such as Autocad 2012 for Mac and Rhino 5 were noticeably laggy when I first ran them, which prompted me to upgrade its video card with the one here.