Summary: The inclusion of this card in place of the old Nvidia 850GT I was using raised my "Windows Experience Rating" (Win 7, 32-bit, Home Premium, old Core2Duo 3GHz chip) almost a full point all by itself! Did have a problem getting it stable, and messed around with several generations of drivers. Then I found it was a PCIE SATA card causing most of the mischief. Re-installed latest drivers after pulling the SATA card and no problem after that.
Summary: Being overclocked the card performs like it's a 550TI. You can play most games on Ultra or High. Plays WoW-Ultra, LoTR Online - Ultra, Guild Wars Ultra, Guild Wars 2 High. Perfect card for the money. Easy installations, no problems, runs cool.
Summary: This item was ordered as a part of "upgrade" to my wife's PC. She would be better qualified to review it however she prefers not to do reviews and as such I shall attempt to do so myself. Although it was part of an upgrade for wife's PC I was "forced" to use it as my graphics card (XFX Radeon HD 6870) developed a faulty fan and had to be sent to XFX for a replacement (no issues with their RMA myself, by the way). Luckily the card has double lifetime warranty.
Summary: After extensive research on product and online reviews, I purchased this product and I am extremely pleased. Truly amazed at new life it brought to my 4 year old dual core PC. I bought to improve my photo and video editing capability and have machine for for my teenage gamer. It has been solid on all fronts! Installation was amazingly simple and done in a few minutes.
Summary: I am 100% happy with this card. I upgraded from an integrated ATI HD 4200 graphics card that i've been using for two years. The framerate and level of detail is phenominal. Sadly it took 2 hours to install due to the card not fitting properly in my case. I actually has to unsrcew the 2-slot bracket to get it to side all the way into the PCI-E slot. That same bracket is now hanging out of the back of my case, using zip-tie to secure the card to it's slot.
Summary: My son's computer wasn't powerful enough to run his computer games so we decided to upgrade the video card. I decided on this card based on the price and reviews. Unfortunately I also realized that a larger power supply had to be installed. So I bought this video card and a 650 watt power supply to replace the 350 watt one in his computer. The power supply was no problem to install. I used a wrist anti-static wire before opening up the desktop.