Summary: Bought this to run "Cliffs Of Dover". My PC had no installed graphics card, but plenty of memory and a good processor. This is a BIG card. I was worried about getting it in there, but it JUST fit.
Summary: I bought this to work on a hackintosh, and it has not failed me. For video editing and gaming, I could not be anymore satisfied. It handles League of Legends, Assassin's Creed 4, and Batman Arkham origins on very high graphics, Msaa 2x, and Physix all maxed.
Summary: I still haven't come close to using the full potential of this card, but so far it has been great. I'm currently using it to play Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, and it's definitely meeting the standards.
Summary: Bought this graphics card because I liked it a little better than the EVGA even though that one has slightly faster speeds. Don't know if the speeds are even really noticeable. I also have a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 motherboard and so I figured I would try and stick with the same brand.
S. Roberts "Why Leash your imagination in the first place?", Amazon
22 February 2014
Summary: As a graphic Artist and web developer My video quality is paramount. I toyed with the idea of upgrading to a "Pro" work station card but everywhere I looked I couldn't find any real difference to the "Gaming" cards except people who purchase pro cards get priority support from the vendor when there...