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.