Summary: Overall it's a great card for the $200-230 range. Probably the best atm. I bought it as an alternative to the GTX 970 due to a lack of availability at the time. Figured I might as well save $100 while I was at it since it wasn't supposed to be a long term card.
Pros: *Fast enough to run anything max detail as of January 2015 *Good performance to price ratio *Quiet fan
Cons: *Runs a little hot (idle 60C, runs 70-75C) *Bulky, just barely fits in a full sized ATX box
Pros: Solid card at a good value! (Purchased mine at a discount and included Borderlands 2 Prequel) 2 Gig DDR5 on-board memory and fast processing power that can handle most games on ultra settings. Easy Nvidia Driver support and downloads. SLI Support
Pros: Amazing card. Completely overkill for the game I usually play (WoW) but you never know when you are going to play something else that may need a little more power right? I have heard a lot of people complain about the noise of "blower" style cards, but this thing is waaaay quieter than the old Ga...
Cons: It is operating pretty close to it's maximum temps, but I am not taking off an egg because I think it would be much cooler in a normal case with standard air flow. (my case is really small and does not have standard airflow)
Summary: This is a very high quality well made card, and its fast a a rocket. Love the 4GB of VRAM. The twin Frozr fans keep it around 65C under heavy load, and its very quiet all the time. I can play ANY game on the highest of settings (BF4, Titanfall, Watchdogs) and get 70-80 FPS, sometime over 100.
Summary: When I first looked at the card, I didn't want to like it much. the front side looks plain, and a decal sticker on the shroud. This isn't the late 90's or early 2000's MSI. But none the less 300+ fps in a lot of low end games, and 70-80 in most high demand games.
Pros: Stays cool, performs, full HDMI slot (I don't like the mini HDMI on a lot of GPU's), runs very quiet.
Cons: Full plastic shroud, sticker decal, power connections facing the side panel.
Pros: This card is a powerful and reliable version of the GTX 770 reference card that boasts a small factory OC right out of the box. The MSI Afterburner software is a great tool for gaming. Having the GeForce Experience software is another added bonus. Initially I was tempted to spend the extra $ 20-3...
Cons: I have a medium sized case and the card barely fit inside, do your homework before you buy and make sure it fits. When the fan is cranked up to the max it can be a bit loud especially if your rig is close by. I play with headphones so it isn't an issue. I rarely need to max out the fan but it dep...
Summary: iTS BIG, requires a pretty big power supply to, make sure you have the right power pins on your power supply. Check you case size as well.
Pros: 1) Plays all the games easily. 2) I was concerned that a single fan would not cool properly, how ever running the fan at 80% to 90% while I am gaming keeps the card around 50 degrees Celsius while playing BF4 or COD Ghost. Even running the fan at the default of 30% that the MSI afterburner runs i...
Cons: the 6 pin 8 pin combo power ports will make you find out for sure if your power supply can handle it.
Summary: My first and last MSI card. I used EVGA GTX 560 Ti for 3 years with lots of updates and never had a problem.
Pros: Works great for 40 days until the latest driver update.
Cons: After the latest driver update this morning, the graphic card fans went frenzy and very loud for 2 seconds, then the computer rebooted. Did system restore, used older driver, reboot into another OS with older driver, did a complete re-install, the reboot issue still there. What else do I need to ...
Summary: Maybe i got a default card but i don't know.
Pros: I used this card in a lot of games and it is fast. Runs bioshock infinite on hight no problem.
Cons: seems week in certain games ( i have to run battlefield 4 on medium or it will fall under 60 fps (40 to 50), wich a lot of user of gtx 770 seems to run on ultra whit no problem so maybe it's my card...