Summary: Bought this used for 308 back in April 2013 for an SLI set up, works great and have had no problems with it. Keeps cool even in SLI, It is the bottom card and idles around 32C, Load hovers around 58-60C. Ambient Temp around 23C. The top card is an MSI power edition 670, idles around 38C (top card in SLI is usually a little hotter), Load is 62-64C. The Windforce OC 2g is a great card and with the price drops it is still a fine choice for any gaming rig.
Summary: This is my first experience buying a graphics card from Amazon. I was able to hook up the card without issue on my ASRock Z77 Extreme 3. I am running this card in the 2nd PCI-e 3.0 slot. My first 670 is an EVGA 670 FTW edition. Now, the most important thing for me was that Nvidia is advertising all 600 series cards as coming with 2 games: Assassins Creed 4, and Splinter Cell Blacklist. This card included nothing other than a drivers disc.
Summary: One of my friends has this card and it is amazingly fast. It plays any games at max settings on a 1080 full HD tv. I always like Gigabyte products. Their aftermarket cooling systems are always good and they offer a good warrenty.
Pros: Stays very cool. Amazing OC headroom!
Cons: Hard to recommend with the AMD 7000 series priced so low right now.
Summary: This is an excellent singe-card solution. Fast and stable. Only had a few issues with textures not rendering properly in certain games (eventually draws but the lag is noticeable), probably will be fixed by updated drivers. Oh, and it will heat a small room quite nicely (no surprise).
Pros: Fast, Quiet (relatively speaking), Powerful
Cons: Space heater, Occasional hiccups on some games when dealing with textures
Summary: Put into a ITX built with a i5 3570. Amazing performance in any games without any huge plane noise! need two 6pin PCIE, plugged on top of it. I hoped to have them there as the card is quite long.
Summary: Pros -Idle temperature: 20°C-30°C (varies among area) -Load temperature: 40°C (Double overclock) -Can be easily overclock to beat the vanilla GTX 680 Cons -The video card is quite big so it might be an issue when using SLI on certain motherboards
Summary: Moved from an ATI Saphire HD 5970, 2GB, dual GPU card to this. First, many games that I could not play now work as they should (Sega All Star Racing, NFS Shift 2 Unleashed). The mammoth 5970 had massive stuttering with the "old" Sega game, and the cockpit view couldn't be used with NFS as it was too dark. With Borderlands 2, I had to turn the resolution way down to up many of the settings (the new card plays it well at high resolution and lots of stuff maxed out).
Pros: Painless install, Size of card, OC +85 (MSI Afterburner) without effort or pushing higher, Can quit second job needed to pay for power consumed by the, 5970!
Cons: Tad noisy, Expected way better FPS / performance with Crysis; better than the 5970, but I thought it would be better than it is...not a real big deal though.
Summary: GIGABYTE GV-N670OC-2GD GeForce GTX 670 Windforce OC 2048MB GDDR5 256-bit PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Graphics Card This is my third gigabyte video card product that I have purchased over the years. Beside this one, I also own Gigabyte Geforce 460 and Gigabyte GeForce 9800 GT, which are installed in different computer and still in use up to this date.
Summary: This was my first upgrade since AMD HD4890, the performance leap is over 300% in minimum framerates, games are all playable now at 2560x1440 resolution now, amazing upgrade. I just wish prices were lower, like previous gens.