Summary: This card allows me to play any game I've tried so far. DOTA 2, COD Ghost, and more at very high or maxed out settings, the temperatures stay really cool with the dual fan design and the price is great, I recommend to all.
Summary: Seemlessly installed into my system without a hitch. I upgraded from an nvidia 240GS and saw a marked improvement in rendering speed and quality. Only downside is the fan is a bit noisy but that's to be expected considering what upgrading from.
Summary: I upgraded from the GTX610 to this card. I do a lot of online gaming. FFXIV, WoW, SwtoR and looking forward to Elder Scrolls Online. With this new card I can play everything on high with no problems. Just remember you need at least 450W of power to run this card. Don't cheap out like I did. Spend the extra bucks and get this card.
Summary: This is a pretty damn nice card and pretty decent price. Runs ANY game max settings 50 fps+ while recording in 1080p. But be sure you have enough wattage, at least 30%-40% more wattage than your PC needs. I calculated my PC with this card to use 450 watts, but my 500 watt PSU wasn't enough. This card goes into super saiyan mode and uses up a lot of power. It capped out my PSU so I had to get a new one. I recommend 600+ watts depending on your PC components.
Summary: this thing is the jam. it runs both my monitors like it said it would. Windows gives it like a 7.5 out of 7.8 on the windows score. It renders HD video on Powerdirector 12 almost as fast as my PC processor (core i5 2550k). Plus this thing has an eye on the box!! I mean it sees all!! how can you go wrong?
Summary: Got this on sale like a year ago and has been working great ever since. Still can keep up with new releases at this point. I have this on dual monitors with two different resolutions, aspect ratios, and refresh rates and I can game and watch a movie at the same time with no render problems, ghosting, or glitches at all. Why spend $500 on a video card when this will do everything you need it to do?