Summary: This was my first real graphics card, and it gave me a good 2 years of vidya gaemin'. It was powerful, beautiful and overall wonderful. It wasn't without it's problems, however. After about a year it BSOD'd on me and I had to completely restore my computer because of it.
Summary: For an older computer that only accepts PCI 2.0 cards, this is a great higher end video card. Purchased for a teenager, he was totally satisfied with the performance improvement. Now able to run programs that would not work with a 1GB ATI Radeon HD 5450.
Summary: I needed to upgrade my pc and after looking at the reviews for several cards chose this one. I don't do gaming but instead do photography work and want to start editing recorded video. I was amazed how much better my older LCD screen looked by just adding a video card.
Summary: I have been a faithful customer of ATI. This would be my fifth Display card by the company , with one exception a few years back where I selected Nvidea. The card is straight forward to install and configure , Nice vibrant colors , video clips look fantastic.
Summary: The HD 5000 series is a very formidable one. The 5900($600) is an epic card in both performance and size(it's a foot long!) the 5770 is a bit smaller and is just about as epic. For 1/4 of the cost you are not going to get Crysis to run 1920x1200 with 4xAA at a very stable rate.
Summary: Just Recently bought mine from another site. There were rumors of difficulties with the crossfire on the Gig model so thought I'd just stay with one for now. So far I am thouroughly impressed with the card, even with the lack of Dx11 uses these days, this card puts up some excellent graphics.