Summary: Powerful video card that has stood up to the rigors I've placed upon it. Not the most high end out there obviously, but it's a great card for the price. It handles some top upcoming titles that I've tried beta's for fantastically.
Summary: I have now had 3 EVGA cards in a row. Their customer support is outstanding and come with long warranties. I accidently spilled a drink on computer and they replaced it under warranty within a week (I did not pay for cross shipping which would have been even faster)
Summary: Part of the "Maximum PC" budget build circa December 2012, I expected it to do well...but this card is simply fantastic. It is playing all the current games at max graphic settings with nary a hiccough. I have owned a total of three eVGA cards - and each one has been excellent.
Summary: Very awsome card but i'm not sure about this purchase yet but for my first card baught at microcenter it's been perfect for a year now but as for this one from amazon i got as a deal witch was nice it still had a piece of plastic on it like it was very new and all the contents was there.
Summary: I like it and its working well, very quiet in my use. I'm not a major gamer. I'm also not sure that it was a major upgrade in speed over my old nVidia GTX275 but it does have the HDMI output I wanted. Assuming the $30 MIR works, I'm happy with the product and price, but it was poor timing on my part since at the same time the GTX 660 TI became available for circa $70 more. That explains my comment on the MIR.
Summary: Installed in a snap and works great! Runs everything I have smoothly and at max settings. No driver issues like I had with my ATI card. One word of advice, however, if you buy this card from a place that offers extended warranties, don't do it. EVGA offers their own extended warranties at a much cheaper price. I would certainly buy this card again. Also Amazon shipping was great as usual.