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+ watts PSU to SLI without any issue not only you need to spend money on another video card to SLI but also another higher Wattage PSU to hold both cards.
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. it really is disappointing because this card is too powerful but we will never know the power of the card as long as game developers keep bad coding games so they run like crap on a really powerful...
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. I rarely dip below 60 fps, usually only when I'm using Fraps or doing something that hits my CPU more than my GPU. If your gaming experience is lacking, and you can afford it, I would highly suggest this.
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. Once I got it I thourghly stress tested the card (gaming at max settings, 24 hours of FurMark and 6 hours of Nvidia's artifact detector, everything passed with flying colors.
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. I have had mine at a silky smooth and stable 920Mhz Core/2190Mhz Memory on Air with an aftermarket Accelero Xtreme III cooler since the day after I received it. Cons: Ridiculous power draw/requirements.
Summary: I'm no computer guru who know how to overclock (and i don't care honestly) but i know enough about computers and can assemble them from scratch and find out what i need for my budget. Forgive me for below introduction, it is just to build credibility for my review since I'm no technicial review master (for proper technical reviews, use Google, that's what i used when decided to buy this card): I assembled my computer back in 2009 with i7 3.2Ghz processor, SSD drive, 10K...