Still plays BF4, Titanfall ect.. Just watch what version you have for SLI!
21 May 2014
Summary: I bought an EVGA GTX 460 SC in early 2011 for a new computer I built for gaming. At the time it was around the $250 price point, which is where you will find most 60 series NVIDA cards. For the Price:Performance ratio, it was right on the money, and allowed me play all of the new games of that time on max settings. Fast forward to 2014. I am still running that same GTX 460 for games like, Tera Rising, Battlefield 4, and Titanfall.
Summary: Upgraded from the 9800 GT using a 6400+ processer and total computer performance slowed down. Replaced the CPU with a 945 and now it's much better. I seem to be having a slight issue with skinny horizontal lines flashing across the screen every once in a while though... weird.
Wish I could find an excuse to upgrade, but it still works great after 3 years.
L. Clausen, Amazon
15 November 2013
Summary: I've just upgraded to a new computer (Nov. 2013) and I moved this card from the old one to the new one. It still works great! Borderlands 2 at max settings (1080p, viewing distance at High instead of Ultra, PhysX set to Low) gives me over 60fps consistently even now.
Summary: Built a new computer and put in the video card. I was excited to use the mini-HDMI port to hook it up to my TV as well, but it never really worked right. Had to have a very complex starting sequence in order to have any picture on the TV, then it would flicker in and out. Also would cause the TV to freeze and buzz loudly. So, abandoned that. After awhile, my computer would freeze up and the video card fan would kick up to 100% (very, very loud, BTW).
Summary: Is video card has been the powerhouse behind my PC build a few years ago. It still is able to run newer games with mid to high quality, and it hasn't shown any signs of dying. I'm pretty sure it has a lifetime warranty, but I'll probably go for an upgrade before this thing breaks down.