Summary: I've had this video card on my gaming PC for 2 years now and it's never once failed or been unable to handle the highest settings on any games I play, (Battlefield Bad Co. 2, Crysis, COD). I have a quad core, 4GB RAM, 7/64bit, 27 inch Samsung LCD, and I handle EVERYTHING I can throw at this card.
Pros: Owned this card for around a year now, never had a single problem with it. Ive been able to run Crysis at full settings with only minimal FPS lag. I have world of warcraft set to ultra video settings and i easily still get 50-60 fps. Totally awesome card, cant beat the price
Pros: I bought this to flash for my early 2006 Mac Pro. I followed a variety of tutorials, built a new ROM, and flashed it with absolutely no difficulties. Be careful, of course, but when you're done you can expect a perfectly functioning card.
Summary: Download EVGA precision tool off their website once you register your card (that also gets you the lifetime warranty). It's a great overclocking tool that's easy to use and is very easy to access profiles right off the desktop (for reducing fan speed once you finish a game)
Pros: Fast for the Price! (I bought on newegg for $85 after MIR). Was the first G92 core graphics card so same as any 9xxx series cards and the gts 250. Overclocks well (i use 970 core, 1675 shader and 1000 memory with no issues). Overall a great card that'll last me until the directx 11 cards come out.
Cons: If you haven't bought graphics cards in a while, they've become very large. Make sure you have atleast a decent size mid-tower.
Summary: If you have the room to fit this monster get it. You won't regret it unless you must max out the latest games.
Pros: This will run pretty much anything you throw at it. The adjustable fan speed makes this thing run cooler than my old 7600GT.
Cons: It's BIG. It's about 4 times the size of a normal video card. It covered my SATA connectors and I had to get a new mobo. It's a tight fit in there now. Plan accordingly. The adjustable fan speeds do not carry over after reboot even after I configured it to do that. It won't kill the system to run...
Summary: I was able to turn my graphics way up with this card. I found that it will run WOW in my system on then next to highest lvl. At highest ultra lvl the fps dropped when in crowded areas, but this could be partially a limitation of my computer and not just the card.
Pros: Cheap card that can handle most game graphics you throw at it. My Vista score for graphics almost doubled, but i was running a nvida 6600 so that probably isn't as impressive as it sounds.
Cons: Large, I had to rearange my hard drives as this was rubbing up against them.
Pros: This baby was made a good while ago and it still can handle 9/10 of my games on completely FULLL graphics, the only game that it cant handle is crysis :P (DUH) this thing WILL give you some of the very best bang for your buck, theres always to 295 but hey who wants to spend $500 on a graphics car...
Cons: Cant handle crysis, boo hoo it CAN handle crysis on decent graphics, they r STILL good looking but it cant anti-alias at all