Summary: Good performing GPU but only lasted 2 yrs. And when I go to gigabytes Web site it says they have a 3yr warranty on video cards but when I put the serial number in it said it's out of warranty.
Summary: I bought it to replace the card I was using, as it was getting a bit slow with some modern games. The only issues were that the sticker art was peeling off (quickly fixed with a dab of superglue), and I had to wiggle around a DVI connector in one of the ports to get it to display properly.
Summary: I have had this card for about a year now. It has kept up very well with the advance in technology in the gaming industry. It plays Battlefield 4 as well as Crysis 3 with NO problems. It also played Far Cry 3. A game everyone uses as a reference point for frame rates.
Summary: I got this card for my wife to play WoW on. It doesn't keep the smoothest framerates on Ultra in 25M with lots of AOE. If all you need is high settings or you are running primarily 10M this is a trouble free plug and play card.
Summary: I bought this card in 2011 and it served me well for the 8 months that I used it. It will handle any game at 1920x1080 although you may be looking at reduced bells and whistles in some cases. It's not really a good buy anymore altogether.