Summary: Got it to upgrade my wife's PC which had some very old videocard. It delivers what it worth and even more. The only thing to remember is that it requires quite a bit of power. I don't know how much Watts exactly it needs, but probably if your power supplies less than 450W it will not be enough. Otherwise, good videocard for good price. EVGA delivers quality for reasonable price.
Summary: I like the card, and it's quiet, but I continue to have random freezes that did not occur prior to its installation. New drivers have not yet helped. Could be the card, though might just be an incompatibility or power issue (though my PSU should be sufficient).
Summary: Only lasted less than 3 months until fan died. Had to replace with another card to get system up and running again. Warranty is worthless if the only option is to return the card for a replacement when you HAVE to replace the card immediately if you need your system up and running. Can't have system down while waiting for a replacement card.
Summary: Can't beat the quality for the price. Makes dual screen easy to set-up and view. Windows dropped the performance down to 4.4 from my last card that only had 1024MB DDR2, but I appreciate the mini-HDMI and 2 DVI outputs. I'm not a gamer so I can't address those associated issues.
Summary: This graphics card isn't as good as it looks. Judging by the numbers, it should have increased my graphics score/rating given by windows but it actually dropped it significantly. I replaced a 2 year old graphics card that actually cost less than this one at the time so I thought it would be at least a minor improvement, certainly not a few steps down. Dissapointed.