Summary: Owned this a couple years ago. Worked for about 10 months of hard gaming, then died (second NVidia card to do this to me). I played: Planetside 2, Natural Selection 2, Starcraft2, HL2. It wasn't the best card, replaced with an AMD card.
Summary: If you need a cheap card, you have a decent enough power supply, and you don't mind how power inefficient or hot Fermi gets, this may work for you.
Pros: I've had this card for almost 5 years now. It still holds up pretty strong and is comparable in performance to a GTX 750 today. The 1 GB of VRAM has not set me back too much as long as I keep the resolution down.
Cons: The stock fan is fairly loud. In hindsight I wish I got one with an aftermarket cooler. The card is also not that great with power efficiency, especially at idle. I kind of wonder if getting a Radeon HD 6850 would have been better the choice back in 2010.
Summary: was a great card when was working... got BSOD after only few years of work :( $200 brick I don't think it's repairable. it was clean and no cooling issues need to buy a new card now :( should I look at EVGA again? is this issue from nVidia or EVGA???