Pros: It's cheap? MSI afterburner is pretty slick. It is really easy to use and does a great job monitoring what exactly is going wrong when the card crashes.
Cons: I've had this for 2 months. FPS issues, artifacts, hardware lockups, blue screens, this card has it all. Regardless of driver version, the 3 games I play most often crash. TF2: The card locks up/has problems within 5 minutes usually. Sometimes only the textures go haywire, but usually it results ...
Summary: I had a 5750 working just fine but wanted a small upgrade to see if it would correct some issues. Other than the card and driver swap the only other change is the mini HDMI to HDMI adapter. The driver CD shipped with 296 version drivers that didn't install nView.
Pros: Compared to what it replaced, none.
Cons: The card and drivers recognize my TV connected on the HDMI cable. The card simply won't send a signal to the TV.
Summary: I have had a previous MSI video card in computer prior to the one I currently have and had issues with that card brand new out of the box also, thought I would give them a chance again, I will never buy another MSI video card as long as I live, horrible video cards from my experience.
Cons: Performance, driver issues, tech support from MSI
Summary: I have this card in an old HP computer that actually has PCIx16 graphics card support. Work perfectly, although I did have to swap power supplies as the stock 250 couldn't support the load and kept shutting off. Replaced with a 430 from a Dell and now it works perfectly.
Pros: Works well, most games run 40-50 on high settings.