Summary: I bought two of these to run in SLI, and I must say that running (3x) 65in TV's using Nvidia Surround is truly amazing. BF4 never looked better, and Xplane 10 runs smooth as butter. No complaints here. If money is no issue, I suggest buying 2 because you can't take it with you when you die.
Summary: I'm very disappointed with this graphics card. Whenever I try to play Skyrim on a 1440p monitor I have to deal with such high fps and realistic graphics that the characters literally pop out of the monitor and attempt to kill me. When you're a fat teenager it's best to keep hordes of dragons within the monitor.
Summary: Excellent GPU. This probably comes in the most boring packages ever created considering what you're getting. Easy to install, easy to update drivers and has the usual EVGA/Nvidia goodies. I recommend this GPU to anyone who thinks that they need it. Seeing how its on the top end of performance and pricing, not everyone will need this, but if you're looking for something where its specs will meet your needs, pick this up.
Summary: What can anyone say about a thousand dollar graphics card? This thing flies....I put it in my computer and the dang thing sprouted wings and flew around the room. My system was so happy to get this installed you could hear it purr quietly in content! Well, at least that should have happened.
Summary: I must first say that I bought this card as an upgrade from my now obsolete GTX 780ti. I was trying to run games such as 3D Pinball and the 780 just wasn't giving me my desired frame rate. I turned all settings down to ultra low and was still only hitting 647,904 fps, which was unacceptable. So after some reasearch, I came upon this card and saw that it was one of the more expensive cards on the market, so I decided to sell my dog to purchase it.