Super-fast card, but it sure is big. It takes two slots.
4 December 2014
Summary: This card is RAD! I use it to play Need For Speed - Hot Pursuit, and the difference is truly stunning. Now I can max out all the display settings of the game with no problem. In fact, the game won't even let you activate certain features if your system does not support them. With this card installed, all the display features are unlocked. One drawback, as other reviewers have stated: this card is HUGE.
Summary: I'm running two 1080p displays off this board. Actually, that computer has three monitors, the third one is running directly off the motherboard. The rig has run nearly 24/7 for at least a half year. No drama. I will be upgrading to something beefier when ultra-HD hits a decent price point for 27" or 32" displays. The hardest use this thing sees in when I run multiple games instances, it does fine.
Summary: It is a little expensive now due to miners running the stock dry, I would recommend you search for a cheaper GFX card. This card runs perfectly and quiet, it is just that the price doesnt match with the performance, other than that, a really great card to buy
Summary: Pros: 1) Overclocks really well. 2) Runs Most of the game i through at it (on ultra and high settings) 3) Best Bang for the Buck :) 4) (Those three fans helps out a lot) Never goes above 50c even when i am gaming :D Cons: None haha like seriously, i cant find anything wrong with this card. Its absolutely perfect.
Summary: This card was a nice step up from my 5770. I started with a bit of an overclock and it was entirely stable and ran great. I one point I moved from XP to Windows 7 and reinstalled everything. I've had it at stock settings since then and I realized the overclock was just using extra power with little payoff. Tomb raider, Bioshock infinite, Rome2TW all run smooth at maximum settings (or very slightly de-tuned). I'm using 8GB of RAM and an i5 2500K with a small overclock.