Summary: Graduated from dual 8800GTs. Huge improvement.
Pros: Performs extremely well as expected based on external reviews of the card and the chipset. Runs every one of my somewhat current games at high quality, high resolution and always smooth. Basically, I have not been disappointed by anything it's done yet. 5 eggs.
Cons: The price went up since I bought it, so SLI is gonna have to wait for awhile. Physics performance was pretty weak until I installed one of my old 8800s as a PhysX -only card. -1 egg, just because.
Pros: Running 2 in SLI. Fast from factory, BUT galaxy xtreme tuner allowed fairly easy overclock (with some trial and error to get them stable). run very cool. One card can handle just about any game at highest settings, two can handle anything, period. I've got them running 1900x1060 or something on m...
Cons: Sometimes the top half of the screen goes black when they play video within a game, not sure of the issue. Big cards, make sure you can fit them in your rig, they're about a foot long. Kind of expensive.
Summary: I should have reviewed the warranty restrictions and kept my packaging. Live and learn I guess.
Pros: It was a wonderful card until it died. I was very pleased with the performance of this card in all my games until it started to glitch out.
Cons: After having using this card for 6 months nearly the day, I started to experience a glitch when gaming where in my monitors would flicker then return. But the games graphics would appear very low detailed and run sluggish regardless of the actual settings. To correct this I would have restart my ...
Summary: The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 OC 4GB is a great graphics card. The Windforce model, that this card is, has a very nice custom cooler. The temperatures this card runs at are very good also, max temperature of the card in my computer system under a heave graphics load is 60 degrees Celsius (+-2...
Summary: Skip the GTX670 family and wait for the hardware fixed chipset next year. No help from Galaxy or Nvidia for support as they all know it is hardware related.
Pros: Expensive video card
Cons: Video card family has a serious hardware wink and blink problem when attempting to operate at reasonable bandwidth. When gaming online or even attempting to watch DVD videos, card halts, blanks the screen, then restarts1 second later. Newer drivers simply cause computer to lock, requiring reboot....
Summary: All gamed were played in 1080p (1920x1080) at 60hz. The only game where i have seen this card drop below 30fps is crysis 3 at max settings. And if you are debating getting the 2gb version - DON'T the 4gb is more than worth the extra $50 and it will help future proof your PC a little better.
Pros: Got a single card for my new build, here is what it can do: Skyrim - MAXED with tons of mods (including custom enb) Crysis 2 - MAXED Assassins Creed 3 - MAXED Crysis 3 - HIGH settings (but that ok, its freaking crysis 3) Need i say more?
Pros: stable and sweet over time. takes all games easily, much better choice than sli in its class. I traded 2 560 gtx 2 gig products in for this card and the stability and heat issues are gone. the card is not too long and fits in my case. also quieter and less power consumption
Cons: galaxy is not respected as a top vendor but times are a changing I would like a 512 buffer though
Cons: The only downside is that the Titan class comes out this month. The 700 series that is. And I imagine the price will drop at that point, to make room for the new tier of GPU's. The equivalent of this one in the 700 series appears to have 1gb more ram, and roughly 1000 more CUDA cores. So if you c...