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: Bought this card for a new gaming rig - handles Skyrim maxed out at 60 fps at around 60C. The two fans are great (keeping it cool) and aren't loud like some reviewers claim. If you want a great card for a great price, I don't think you can get a better value than this one.
Summary: This card handles everything I've thrown at it and I'm looking forward to using it for MW3 and BF3. It runs about 20C cooler than my previous card, a GTX 260. I chose this card based on its high marks at Tom's Hardware. It outperforms the other 560's and 560 Ti's on their charts.
Summary: After over 2 years with an ATI 4870 it was beginning to show some slowdown with some titles at 1080p resolution. Given a low end AMD Athlon 6000 system, 400w power supply, and little space in a small form factor case, upgrade paths were getting narrower.
Summary: For the last couple of years I've had an ATI card which I bought because at the time NVidia had no DX11 cards out. It served me well, and was only really let down by the lack of DX11 support in games.