Summary: Excellent performance in all games from 2005 to 2012. I can get an steady 30fps in almost all games playing in ultra-high settings at FullHD resolution. The only game where I had any trouble was Crysis 3 in which I had to put down the Aliasing from x16 to x8 to get 30fps in open áreas.
Summary: I was skeptical to order this initially when I hear of the numerous failures out of the box. Thankfully, the card works well and didn't cause any trouble during installation. The card is noticeably quiet, and is softer than my case fans. Cool and powerful, I managed to clock a Final Fantasy 14 benchmark score of over 11000 at stock settings!
Summary: I was looking at the Titan but then opted for two of these in crossfire. The Titan is a great card, no doubts there but....but....but.....I am more inclined to crossfire THIS card. Sure some will disagree with that, but lemme preach here: I'm playing Crysis 3 maxed out and I am loving it. My build has an AMD 8 core processor, two of these cards crossfired, and I am blazing through games. It's phenomenal what this card will do.
Summary: This card is quite big, but it fits in my mid tower case just fine. It runs Battlefield 4 in ultra without a single problem. I am one of the guys that likes to run multiple cards and for this one to run a game that is technically not out yet in ultra is impressive enough to where you would not need to run a second card at all. I think at this point you would be foolish to do so.
Summary: Amazing video card, maxes every game I've tested with 60+fps @ 1080. Paired with an i5-4670k. Added crossfire to make it completely future proof. Would recommend to any serious gamer/high end video rendering.
Sturdy design, powerful and with OC_GURU simply fly.
Oleg Morgun, Amazon
9 September 2013
Summary: Pretty much what I would expect of it (Brilliant performance event with new games y.2013) + some nice features from Gigabyte. Overall I get virtually no heat readings on coolers even in over-clock mode. 50-60 Celsius. In standard mode card is extremely quiet. and I just love this tool (OC_GURU) from Gigabyte. It looks a bit complicated. Guess it is a trade of for allowing you to over-clock your card just the way you need it.