Summary: This is a quiet board and works well in a 64 bit system. If you are a gamer, you probably want something with more memory, but for typical computer use, including watching videos, this is fine.
Summary: I know, I know ..you're thinking why the hell I would need a VGA port nowadays. I'm sorry, but I don't want to throw out my old monitors in the trash. I like to use them as my secondary monitors and they are very useful to someone advanced. So I'm unsatisfied with this.
Summary: I bought this card because it was the best I could find on the "shorts" range of cards. I was planning on getting a 770 but it just wouldn't fit in my old cabinet and wasn't ready to change the whole rig. Card performs very well, always cold even at the highest GPU stress.
Summary: Works great in my Gateway DX4870 so far with no issues. Runs nice and cool in my system. Driver installation and update was very easy. The only complaint that I actually have about the card is how loud the fans are for all that MSI says about the quietness of the fans.
Summary: Upgrade from a GTX 260 to this GTX 660 was a great improve. Native support for DX11, more number of shaders and memory bandwith. The 600 series architecture is much more efficient, uses less power (watts) and runs cooler while delivering better graphics performance.
Summary: The card works great, runs cool as advertised. Since it covers two slots on motherboard you'll lose a PCI slot. But its worth it to get the extra oomph for graphics performance. Getting the $10 rebate is another matter though.