I built several computers and this graphic card has seen ...
4 November 2014
Summary: I built several computers and this graphic card has seen 3 systems. Bought this way back when it was 600. 4 years old and can still play any game todate. The gpu has been mildly over clocked and still running strong
Summary: I was told by friends that i was going to be able to play any game no matter how demanding it would be. After reading so much i found out that it was better to get 1 real good video card instead of doing Sli with to inferior video cards the reason why is because in most cases you have to have 1000+...
good card, must be SLI(ed) for current and future games
9 April 2013
Summary: this card is really powerful, but what im disappointed at is that game developers support GPU companies and they purposely bad codegames so u can buy a graphics card every month, lol. But yea its true, hence why most games intros start with "best played with Nvidia" or ATI.
Summary: I had trouble getting my gaming machine to do a full 60 fps in most high-graphic games and upgraded to this. Now it handles everything I throw at it with the greatest of ease. A little pricey, but so is everything else in this range of graphics quality.
Summary: I was in the market for a new video card, since AMD's drivers kind of suck in both Windows and GNU/Linux and the new 6xx series cards completely nerf the OpenGL performance this was my top pick. This item was shipped quickly, a little dusty but that's ok.
Summary: Pros: Fast card with double the standard 1.5GB frame buffer. Work's great with even the newest PC games at high WQHD (2560x1440) resolutions. Again, the extra VRAM becomes a necessity at these high resoltuions. If you get a good chip these cards over clock nicely.