Summary: The thing that drew me to this is it's amazing amount of cooling ability. Two fans and a heat sink pipes on it. It wasn't too costly either. Sadly I used this in my store bought PC so it's far from getting it's full effect.
Summary: I don't believe in overclocking. I buy stuff that can be overclocked, and yet keep it "vanilla", and running cool. I live in Hawaii, so most of the time, all windows are open and ceiling fans are on all night long. This is fast as it sits. if someone gets 120 fps, and I get 99, who cares?
Summary: I Have had this card for over a year now and it works great. I can run virtually most games on maximum settings with a few exceptions. My only gripe is they are hard to find and I wish I had 2 but for the $ it can compete with a lot of newer cards.
Summary: Works great. My only problem is that I haven't found anything out there to really push it. I put all my games like WoW and the Old Republic to their highest settings. It's been a year and I'm still happy with it.
Summary: I purchased this card around 8 months ago for 150$. Still performing very well! I managed to overclock the card to 900/1100 with a 60-65 degrees celsius temperature on load. (The card idles on 50 degrees celsius for some reason). Performance in games has been satisfying.
Summary: The card was packed well and shipped fast. As for the performance it has been able to handle all the games I have played so far. with that said I have played Diablo III and Borderlands maxed out. Needless to say I have not pushed the card to the max.
Summary: Passmark.com says it's the best gpu card with the most power for the money. A better deal than this you can't really get. With my i5 3450, I got 55FPS on all high settings in Arma II, DayZ mod 60FPS on Minecraft full settings while using dual screens ~110FPS on Trackmania highest settings possible...
Summary: This graphics card is excellent. Note that it is a large card and you will need to have two slots open in the back of your case, and room around where the card will sit on your motherboard - so make sure to tame those wires and keep them out of the way.
Summary: I'm running a pair of these in crossfire mode. I've also overclocked them using AMD's catalyst control center to 860mhz for the gpu and 1110mhz for the memory. Mostly used to play Battlefield 3 at 1920x1200 with most of the eye candy turned on with a 27" monitor. Looks great!