This video card plays all of my video games at ...
James H., Amazon
21 December 2014
Summary: This video card plays all of my video games at max video settings w/ Direct X10 and above. Diablo III ROS, Civ V, Watch Dogs, HDX videos on Vudu, Youtube, Netflix, Hulu...all on a triple AOC 29" monitor setup. A+! Will be looking forward to upgrading to a NVidia 770 3GB video card in the near future since I have had this one for 1 year or more. I may just buy another 660Ti for crossfire...No problems with this company/product! A++!
Summary: I absolutely love this card. Its quiet as a mouse (I cannot stand loud cards...), and meets my gaming needs, for MMO type of games. I do not play the 'bleeding edge' newest of new type games -- so have no idea how it performs under such situations. I wish that I'd bought two when I did -- so I would have a replacement for when this one eventually wears out, and the fans are no longer performing up to speed. Would be nice to see more in stock...
Summary: No issues whatsoever. Plays nice with the Gigabyte Intel Z77 LGA 1155. I play Planetside 2 on Ultra with this, 16GB of RAM, 3570k at 4.4, h80i cooler. I like it because the GPU is already OC'd and made to run that way.
Summary: I installed this in about 10 minutes in my Dell XPS 8300. The card was MUCH larger than my old card, so I did have to do a little creative cable placement in order to get it in. It would have been a hard job if I didn't have small hands, but that's more telling of the size of my computer case then this card. If you have huge hands, you may want to find a nice lady friend with delicate hands to install this card in a small case.
Summary: On first look, I worried about how the fans were mounted to the heatsink. I was used to seeing a complete shroud around everything to give the card a more sturdy appearance and feel. Not a problem. The fans are sturdy and shrouded individually so you don't have to worry about cables or handling messing up the card. It is solid and runs great.
Summary: I bought this for my Dell XPS 8500 to upgrade from the gt 420 it used to have. It says it needed a minimum PSU of 450w and the Dell has a 460w. The card works, however, my computer is 3 years old and I believe the PSU has degraded to less watts. Also, this card is overclocked, meaning it draws more power. Therefore, if you want to prevent crashing when playing demanding games that push your card to the max, upgrade your PSU.